BEHAVIOR is COMMUNICATION

Approach children’s challenging behavior from the perspective of an adult (educator, teacher, parent). Learn how to observe and transform behavior as an assistant to children/students.

Teachers and educators have been experiencing new challenges as a result of evolution and changes in society.

While detailed and well-tailored academic curricula help them to accomplish their mission effectively, some challenges in everyday school life are still unsolved.

These include understanding and teaching the most challenging students.
In many cases, the effort to understand behavioral issues generates frustration, excessive demand, and even helplessness.

“The Only Behavior Adults Can Control Is Their Own.”

Learning Objectives:

∙ Understanding Behavior

Experience behavioral issues organically. Learn how to approach the most common challenges and understand many children’s needs by using your sensory perception, simple movements, and body awareness.

∙ Tracking Own Behavior

Learn how to responsibly assess your behavior in specific situations, activities, places, and incidents during every day (school) life.

∙ Transforming Behavior

Learn playfully how to keep track of your behavioral improvement. Discover hidden biases and negative attention.

∙ Managing Transitions

Learn how to use body language and learning environments to encourage self-regulation and positively reinforce every student’s behavior.

∙ Fostering Communication and Collaboration

Learn how to use pace, zero-budget sensory-motor materials, and prepared spaces to restructure relationships with individual students.

Behavior is communication – We just have to find the best way to listen.

Flexible Formats:

a. 2-hour Overview Starter Session
b. 4-hour Intensive Coverage Session
c. One-day Full Immersion Training

Nationwide Service:

I will come to your school, daycare facility, early education center, museum, library, foundation, conference, park, courtyard, or rooftop terrace.

This program is for:

Daycare Center and Preschool Educators

Pre-K and Kindergarten Teachers

Youth Librarians and Museum Informal Educators

Parent Associations and Family Centers

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