BEHAVIOUR GUIDANCE & INCLUSION

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DiG DEEPER ©

Dig Deeper Behaviour Guidance Workshop

2 hours, 3 hours or full day options

This workshop provides your team with behaviour guidance support using the considerations in the root system of the Dig Deeper © analogy. 

Learning Outcomes:

- Learn new understandings of our image of the child

- Identify behaviour that is challenging using functional language

- Formulate reasons for behaviour using functional behaviour assessment and ABC observation tool

- Explore common adjustments to routine, language and environments

- Learn how to share information with families

QA 1 Educational program and practice

QA 5 Relationships with children

QA 6 Collaborative partnerships with families and community

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$780

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INCLUSION IS NOT A PROGRAM

Inclusion is not a program; it is a way of being! Embed inclusive practices in to your service. 2 hour workshop

This workshop aims to build capacity in educators to understand the importance of inclusion as a way of being each day through our attitudes and outcomes for children. 

Learning Outcomes:

- Educators will learn the definition of ‘belonging’ using a variety of scenario examples

- Educators will learn the definition of ‘inclusion’ including core elements; access, participation and outcomes supported by the ECIA and ECA joint statement

- Educators will learn specific behaviours and attitudes adults can use to improve the culture of inclusion and social justice within the service

- Educators will learn how to respond to ethical dilemmas using a framework to apply to real life scenarios.

QA 1 Educational program and practice

QA 5 Relationships with children

QA 6 Collaborative partnerships with families and community

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$780

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NATURE AS AN INCLUSIVE MODEL

Nature pedagogy is an inclusive education model. Get out to be in-clusive!

This workshop provides your team with practical ideas on how to make your inclusive practices visible through the nature-based learning model.

Learning Outcomes:

- Learn about nature pedagogy and inclusion elements

- Identify differentiation within everyday experiences in nature

- Explore possibilities of risk and hazard when supporting children with special rights

- Formulate adjustments to the routine

- Identify ways to advocate for children and nature and share information with families and communities 

QA 1 Educational program and practice

QA 5 Relationships with children

QA 6 Collaborative partnerships with families and community

QA 7 Governance and leadership

From:

$780

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THE Dig Deeper © ANALOGY

This package is a frame of thinking developed by Rebecca Thompson in 2013. It guides teachers and educators through considerations for the early intervention and support of children's behaviour.

We the illustrated analogy (pictured left) to advocate for behaviour as a way of communicating and ask teachers to adjust environments, practices and attitudes alongside the language they adopt in response to behaviour. This approach is transformative and easy to follow. 

Artist: Cheryl Bruce