How do the Thrive Right Time models and Reparative models work in the classroom setting? Should children working 1-1 with action plans at Being, Doing or Thinking also be included in class action plans? How can children with earlier interruptions be supported by staff in the classroom? This workshop will deepen your skills as the Licensed Practitioner to advise colleagues in the classroom in optimal ways to support children with Thrive Action Plans.
About this course
Supporting children with early interruptions in the classroom is important to ensure that learning opportunities are accessible and the young person is able to take part with the support they need. By developing a child’s age appropriate learning whilst they are also receiving 1-1 or small group support for an earlier strand you are making sure that you are closing the gap to age appropriate behaviours. As a Licensed Practitioner you are the point of expertise in school and can often be called upon to offer advice and guidance.
This two-hour webinar will develop licensed practitioners’ capacity to support their wider staff teams to work with children with earlier interruptions. You will discover some helpful ways to respond to the children and young people gaining some new, practical strategies, activities and resources, grounded in recent research, that will enhance your own and your colleagues’ ability to support these children and young people moving forwards.
You will come away from this webinar with:
• a deeper insight into how to further help staff support children with earlier interruptions in their classroom
• an understanding of how what adult stance is needed and therefore ways in which to help
• a range of new activities, resources and techniques to draw on that you can share with the wider staff
• a greater awareness of your own needs and resources