Welcome to the courseNow that you have introduced yourself to your fellow learners, take a look at this introductory video in which Steve Baker, the lead educator, will outline what we will be covering during the course as well as their experience of dealing with, and modifying, challenging behaviour in a range of contexts.By the end of this course, we hope you will have:
- Evaluated your current practice regarding the management and modification of behaviour.
- Analysed your current reality and compared it to your ideal situation.
- Understood the latest research about the neurological basis of many behavioural issues.
- Developed a mindset that encourages positive change.
- Adapted your planning, environment and structures to establish excellent behaviour.
- Considered behaviour in a wider context before focusing on your own setting and practice.
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Challenging Behaviour: Strategies for Helping Young People
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