Supporting learning, behaviour and wellbeing

Evidence-based practical strategies for teachers, psychologists, other professionals, and parents/carers working with children in primary and junior secondary schools.

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  • Practical support for developing plans for behaviour management, individual learning and school attendance
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September 9, 2023

Working with children who call out

Low-level disruptive behaviours are common in many classrooms, and the impact on student learning cannot be under-estimated. The OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) revealed about one quarter of Australian teachers’ classroom time was spent on classroom discipline and administrative tasks, rather than on teaching and learning.[1] Behaviours such as calling out, teasing, being

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May 31, 2023

Dyscalculia is a maths disability

Dyscalculia is a mathematics disability Do you teach students who struggle with the concept of number and calculating? Do they have poor ‘number sense’? Dyscalculia is a mathematics disability causing significant difficulties with: number (size or quantity) the relationship of numbers to one another a lack of sight recognition and feel for number problems with

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May 6, 2023

Anxiety and Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a collective term for a group of neurodevelopmental disorders characterised by persistent deficits in social communication and social interaction, and by repetitive patterns of behaviour and restricted interests.[1] The severity of autism is diagnosed from mild to severe and reflects the degree of support the child needs in relation to

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February 14, 2023

School Refusal: Strategies and Resources for Schools

School refusal is a complex issue that affects a significant number of students and their families. It can be a challenging experience for everyone involved, from students and parents to teachers, principals, and psychologists. Understanding underlying causes of school refusal and various strategies that can be employed to address it are crucial for effectively supporting

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