Using Small Group Interventions to Manage Behaviour

Effective strategies to improve student behaviour

Small group work has been found to be very effective in improving social behaviour. This course will look at practical ideas for running small groups to help students manage their own behaviour. Implementation, management and practical strategies will be explored. This course is suitable for behaviour support staff, SENCOs and managers.

Course Outcomes

  • Planning an effective intervention
  • Organisation and structure of small groups
  • Development of an effective SEBS (Social and Emotional Behavioural Skills) programme
  • Small group work in SEAL
  • Helping communication skills, friendship, self control and social problems
  • Anger management classes
  • Use of games and play

This is one of the courses from our archive.

You can still have it delivered in your school or college, adapted to your needs and the current context, by one of our expert associates.

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