Presented by: Sally Learey
Event Information: 6 PD Hours
The role of year level of YLC is a critical third party intervention to support active problem solving so students and teachers can work more effectively together strengthening skills and capacity. This session will offer extension on some of the skills and concepts explored in previous sessions. This session will offer opportunities to learn new skills :
How to communicate more effectively and manage meetings with difficult parents.
To develop a greater understanding of why students escalate and devise effective coping strategies for students.
How to review the serious incidents using an emergency management process to prevent, prepare, respond and recover as part of a whole school response to challenging behaviours from students.
Monday 4th March, 2019
|9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)|
Target Audience: Primary and Secondary.
|$279.00 + GST|
About the Presenter
Sally Learey is a renowned keynote speaker, author and education consultant. As well as teaching, she holds qualifications in training, positive psychology, coaching and counselling. Sally has worked in both training and primary and secondary teaching sectors across a variety of educational settings. Sally is also an author of 7 books ranging from children’s books to adult non-fiction.
She is passionate about supporting the wellbeing of teachers and leaders in education as well as growing their hearts and minds so they can educate and lead with excellence.
Sally empowers teachers to create classrooms and learning environments that are inclusive for all students. As a mother of a son with special needs which includes ASD, she has a wealth of personal and professional expertise in this area.