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Including Students with ASD: Making Sense of the Behaviour We See (Bundoora, March 2018)

There is a saying, “know the behaviour, you will know the child, which suggests that all behaviour is communicative. This workshop will discuss and explore this view using the ICEBERG analogy, a proactive approach to making sense of the behaviour we see. 

 

Workshop Overview:

ASD brings to the classroom a unique set of behaviours that will often leave teachers questioning their own practice. This is not a reflection on the teacher, but more about the challenge for teachers to understand the culture of ASD and what it brings to the classroom. Using discussion drawn from everyday classroom experiences and case-studies, participants will analyse behaviour, problem-solve, identify strategies and preventative measures. Participants will have the opportunity document triggers, goals and responses to behaviour using the ICEBERG Action Plan (Bortoli, 2016).

 

This workshop will allow participants to:

  • Understand the theoretical frameworks that influence behaviour
  • Respond to the cycle of escalating behaviour using positive behaviour strategies
  • Develop an ICEBERG Action Plan

 

Withdrawal/Cancellation Date:  Wednesday 21st February, 2018

Event Properties

Event Date 07-03-2018 9:00 am
Event End Date 07-03-2018 3:30 pm
Registration Start Date 29-11-2017
Cut off date 05-03-2018 2:00 pm
Individual Price $297.00
Location
Uni Hill Conference Centre
30 Graduate Rd, Bundoora VIC 3083, Australia Bundoora, VIC 3082 Australia
Uni Hill Conference Centre
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