Challenging Behaviour in the Classroom – CONSULTATION

30 Minutes


Your opportunity to have a ‘couch conversation’ with a Learning and Behaviour specialist. Come prepared with your Puzzle of Practice (classroom situation) where we can work through: identifying the problem, discuss what you have tried and walk away with some immediately implementable strategies to try in your next lesson.

What You’ll Receive:

– 30 minutes with a Learning and Behaviour Specialist
– Hands-on, evidence based strategies to immediately implement
– Links to related reading/resources

Vikki Grant

Learning and Behaviour Specialist (Remutaka RTLB)

With nearly 20 years of experience teaching across Primary as well as High School, private as well as public education systems, and a thorough curriculum knowledge of both Australia and New Zealand’s curriculum, it’s safe to say I have learned a few things!

I develop and facilitate workshops that focus on engagement, differentiation, movement, and technology.

I’m passionate about helping teachers develop strategies to implement, which in their design, minimize behaviour management issues in the classroom. As educators, it’s our job to ignite the passion for learning, to help pique curiosities and encourage our students to explore new possibilities and just have a go! If we make activities interesting, relevant and, heaven forbid fun, then learning easily follows. It’s not rocket science to know that if students are interested and engaged while the teacher is excited to deliver an awesome lesson, magic is surely to follow.

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