The "Redirecting Student Behaviors" course is designed to empower educators and individuals working with students to effectively manage and redirect challenging behaviors in a way that promotes self-awareness, empathy, and positive change. This on-demand course delves into strategies and techniques to help students understand the impact of their actions on themselves and others and provides tools for repairing any harm caused.
- Redirecting with "I feel" Statements:
- Learn how to use "I feel" statements to express emotions and their impact, facilitating open communication between educators and students.
- Develop skills for encouraging students to acknowledge the emotional consequences of their behavior on themselves and others.
- Using Precision Requests to Redirect Student Behavior:
- Explore the art of crafting precise and clear requests that guide students toward desired behaviors.
- Discover how precision requests can enhance compliance and cooperation while reducing friction in the classroom.
- Embrace the restorative approach to addressing student behavior by asking questions that encourage reflection, responsibility, and healing.
- Acquire techniques for guiding students towards self-awareness, accountability, and making amends for their actions.
- Learn strategies for disengaging from power struggles with students.
- Explore techniques to defuse tense situations and foster more constructive interactions that lead to positive behavior redirection.
- Shifting to Restorative Questioning:
- Getting out of a Power Struggle:
By the end of this course, participants will have the knowledge and tools needed to redirect student behaviors effectively while fostering a culture of empathy, self-awareness, and responsibility. Join us on this transformative journey in promoting understanding, repair, and positive change within your educational environment.