Evidence based behaviour management Course

This course has been designed to give you the tools and education you need to make meaningful and lasting changes to your child’s behaviour.

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$77.00

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$38.50/mo
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As a parent, you’re busy! This option allows you to have enough time, giving you access to 1 lesson every month.

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Gain instant access to all of my 3 units and 12 lessons. Including downloadable forms and a quiz to assist you in learning.

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Welcome to my online course Great Expectations. This course has been designed to give you the tools and education you need to make meaningful and lasting changes to your child’s behaviour. The course is divided up into 3 different Units with 4 lessons in each Unit. Each lesson has videos, downloadable forms and a quiz to assist you in learning the material in the course.

You have 3 different options:

Gold Membership gives you instant access to all of my 3 units and 12 lessons. Including downloadable forms and a quiz to assist you in learning.

As a parent, you’re busy! Silver Membership allows you to have enough time to learn, giving you access to 1 lesson every month.

Not convinced? Bronze Membership gives you a taste of my course with access to 1 lesson for free! If you decide not to continue we would love for you to fill out a 30 second form so we can take on board your feedback.

Communicate

Most problem behaviours happen because we haven’t clearly communicated what we want in the first place. When managing behaviour we often say “no” or “don’t” or our expectations are too vague like “be responsible” or “be a good friend”. This can be confusing for children because they don’t really know what you want them to do.

In Communicate, you will learn how to communicate clearly the behaviour you want so your children can understand.

Lesson 1: Positive Language
Positive language tells your child what you want your child to actually do. Lesson 1 teaches you how to change negative wording into positive wording so your child will understand your behaviour expectations.

Lesson 2: Active Language
Active language tells your child the specific behaviours you want to see. Lesson 2 you teaches you how to replace vague positive wording such as “be responsible “with clear actions that your child will understand and you will be abl to see them doing.

Lesson 3: 3 to 5 Words
Simple sentences using 3 to 5 words are easier to remember. Lesson 3 teaches you how
to simplify your expectations using no more than 5 words so your child will be able to remember what you told them to do.

Lesson 4: 4 Ways of Saying
Everyone takes in information in different ways. Lesson 4 teaches you how to communicate using your child’s preferred learning style. That way they will easily remember what your expectations are.

Support

We often don’t remind our children what the right behaviour is until after they have misbehaved. We can also overload our children by expecting them to learn too many new behaviours at once. Without support, children get discouraged and frustrated when they keep on making mistakes.

In Support, you will learn how to support your child effectively so they learn the right behaviour quickly.

Lesson 5: Show what you mean
Children understand what you mean better when you show them. Lesson 5 teaches you how to clearly show your child what you mean, and then get them show you how much they understand.

Lesson 6: Remind and Repeat
Save your child from the frustration of making mistakes by giving them regular reminders. Lesson 6 teaches you how to use key reminder strategies to help your child remember the behaviour that you expect from them.

Lesson 7: Take your Time
A lot of problem behaviours happen during changes one activity to another. Lesson 7 teaches you how to give your child processing time to know when to change from one activity to the next without fuss.

Lesson 8: Routines
Behaviours are not always single actions, but a series of steps that make up a whole routine. Lesson 8 teaches you how to use a step-by-step approach so your child will be able to remember whole routines of behaviour.

Feedback
If your child only gets feedback when they misbehave they become discouraged. If children are only given rewards as feedback, they see no benefit in behaving correctly by themselves. Giving direct immediate feedback when your child behaves as you expect encourages them to continue to behave in the way you want, and they learn to see the benefits for themselves.

In Feedback you will be able to give your child meaningful feedback that encourages them to continue to behave correctly.

If your child only gets feedback when they misbehave they will become discouraged. If children are only given rewards as feedback, they will see no benefit in behaving correctly by themselves. Giving direct immediate feedback when your child behaves as you expect encourages them to continue to behave in the way you want, and they learn to see the benefits for themselves.

In Feedback you will be able to give your child meaningful feedback that encourages them to continue to behave correctly.

Lesson 9: Positive Feedback
If you don’t tell your child when they are behaving correctly, how will they know they’ve got it right? Lesson 9 teaches you how to give your child feedback when they are behaving correctly so they will keep behaving the way you expect.

Lesson 10: Tokens
Many people confuse tokens with rewarding good behaviour, instead of tracking a child’s success. Lesson 10 teaches you how to use tokens effectively to give your child positive feedback.

Lesson 11: Acknowledgement
It is just as important that children gets feedback for who they are, not just what they do right. Lesson 11 teaches you how to use acknowledgment to help your child regulate their behaviour.

Lesson 12: Logical Consequences
When all else fails, children need to learn the consequences of their actions. Lesson 12 teaches you how to use logical and natural consequences instead of punishment.