We have a problem with student behaviour in Australian schools and the ways we’ve been tackling it have failed miserably.
The program dependent approach to improving student behaviour has exhausted our teachers, stunted the emotional growth of our students and befuddled parents.
And so, rather than flog you another program, I’ve decided to do something productive about it. I’m going to show you a better way – a different and disruptive way – to approach the challenge based on some brain science research that actually stands up to the scrutiny of a modern Australian school.
It’ll take me about two hours to get the job done. Can you spare that?
Click above to head to our dedicated webpage where your video invitation to the Leading Whole School Behaviour Improvement event in Melbourne on Friday 4th October.
This is a totally FREE opportunity. You aren’t going to be sold another program and you aren’t going to be patted on the head and told that it’s everyone else’s fault.
It’s going to be a tough and provocative school leadership workout.
Click the banner above to register immediately. Make it snappy as places are strictly limited.
For the investiment of two measly hours, you are going to leave with:
- Cutting edge research about how student behaviour can and does improve in schools.
- A personalised improvement Roadmap to guide changes in thinking, language, practice and policy in your school.
- A white paper titled “Student Behaviour Improvement … Made Slightly Less Difficult” to support your implementation journey.
So once more … can you spare two hours for that?
If you’re a School Leader who can – then we’re looking forward to seeing you on Friday 4th October at 8am in Melbourne.