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Behaviour Management Toolkit - Avoiding Exclusion at School

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The Know How Programme


This programme is designed to assist young people to develop skills that enable them to think, communicate, behave and relate in ways that are personally and socially more useful. Developed by Christine Parry-Mitchell, our Principal Trainer, it includes a range of well established frameworks and techniques from NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), T. A. (Transactional Analysis), learning theory, Solution Focused coaching, and humanistic psychology. The Know How Programme translates some of the most useful aspects of these approaches into child friendly language, activities, and techniques.

The Know How Programme is published by Saga in 2012 as "Behaviour Management Toolkit - Avoiding Exclusion at School." - Click here for more information.

Why do we need a programme like this?

This programme is designed to assist young people to develop skills that enable them to think, communicate, act and relate in ways that are personally and socially most useful. Developed by Christine Parry-Mitchell, our Principal Trainer, it includes a range of well established frameworks and techniques from NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), T. A. (Transactional Analysis), learning theory, Solution Focused coaching, and humanistic psychology. The Know How Programme translates some of the most useful aspects of these approaches into child friendly language, activities, and techniques.

 

The Programme Aims

The Know How Programme aims to help participants to:-

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Recognise their own patterns of thinking feeling and behaving, and learn how to change unhelpful patterns so that they manage negative emotional responses better, and access positive states more of the time.

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Learn to enhance their own learning by ...

 

- accessing optimal emotional and brain states for learning

 

- recognising and satisfying their own learning style preferences

 

- giving learning and aspiration personal meaning, and creating motivating outcomes

 

- practising strategies that develop self esteem, and techniques that improve study skills.

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Relate better with others, be more tolerant of difference, and manage conflict.

 

What does the Programme include?

Content includes ...

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models for understanding the behaviour of ourselves and others;

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emotional state management techniques;

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communication and rapport skills;

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dealing positively with difference;

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learning and study skills;

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self esteem and aspiration

 

How is it delivered?

The Know How programme is taught to young people in a small group setting over ten three hour sessions.

 

What are the results?

Over 200 students have already successfully completed this programme with a success rate of over 97% . Attendance is excellent even from those who have previously had poor attendance histories. The programme and its delivery were graded as “Outstanding” from Ofsted in 2011.

 

An entry and exit assessment completed by the students indicated the largest improvements in relation to confidence in learning, preparedness for learning, perceived learning capacity and self regard as a learner, all of which are vital if young people are to achieve.

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