Connected Classrooms and Regulation Toolbox for Secondary Schools
In the post pandemic classroom, most schools have noticed a significant increase in dysregulated behaviour in students. Often this requires behaviour management techniques which interrupt essential learning time in the classroom. The key is learning to provide safety, connection, compassion and consistency so that your students can become more engaged, resilient and independent learners. We will explore an evidenced-based toolbox of practical techniques and strategies to aid behavioural dysregulation, manage stress responses and grow safety and connection in your classroom.
This workshop provides evidence-based training as the foundation of your work toward becoming a Trauma Smart Educator and building a Trauma Smart School Community. It is the second educator workshop in the Trauma Smart Schools Training Program. This is a 1 hour 45 minute pre-recorded workshop PLUS practical learning activities and reflection exercises. The workshop also includes downloadable slides for you to use as you follow along and a ready-to-use printables section.
Presented by Australian Education Awards, Teacher of the Year (2019), and behaviour support expert, Tony Vallance and clinical play therapist, child and family specialist and consultant, Sian Chambers-Vallance.