WA 10:00am | NT 11:30am | QLD 12:00pm
SA 12:30pm | NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS 1:00pm
Behaviours in OSCH are difficult to cope with, particularly with children after a long day of school and having to be mixed with younger children. These capable children have developed their identity and they know what they want. Therefore, OSHC children require a different approach to younger children, come discover better approaches to supporting these developing young adults.
Designed specifically for the OSHC educator who seeks more responsive strategies, this webcast explores the neuroscience, relationships and learning that determines those difficult behaviours.
This knowledge also deepens approaches to supporting developing relationships in children, as behaviour is a lens into the minds of children’s emotions.
- Understanding the school aged mind
- Learnings from social theorists and OSHC professionals
- Revisit how school aged children learn behaviours
- Practical preventative strategies for educators
Links to NQS: QA1, QA3 and QA5