Behaviour modification - rewarding and maintaining change
Rewards, punishment, reinforcement - what is their role in your classroom?
This is much more than just about star charts but very effective tools for changing behaviour such as conflict, day-dreaming, procrastination, poor studying habits.
You may be inadvertently rewarding bad behaviour.
These are very powerful techniques that can be used very effectively to mould children's behaviour. You can assist children through using these techniques to become effective students who are socially adept.
We discuss the theory underpinning these concepts and give numerous examples and exercises on how to use them in the classroom.
We discuss the principles of behaviour change, setting goals, choosing rewards, and maintaining change.
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General Workshop Preparation
Once booking and payment is made and confirmed a pre-workshop preparatory email will be sent about 3 days before the workshop. This will include acquiring personal details necessary for the recording of professional development points, setting an assignment, if included, and confirming venue and directions. Refreshments will be served during the workshop and necesary workshop materials will be supplied. Please sign the attendance register as you arrive.