Accommodating Behavioral Students

May 31, 2016 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

The University of New Brunswick and the Canadian Education Association (CEA) have collaborated for the new release in the Facts on Education series, titled Accommodating Students with Behavioural Concerns. This one-page monograph recommends four broad strategies “for students to manage their emotions [to] maximize their learning potential”. They are :

  1. Effective teaching methods (lessen anxiety and build confidence)
  2. Create positive learning environments
  3. Provide positive behaviour supports
  4. Meet  students’ social emotional learning needs (build skills to self-manage behaviours)

Check it out and read the details! Rowan


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