Positive Teaching PD eLearning Modules


  1. Foundation year to Year 6
  2. Self-paced eLearning Modules

A professional development workshop offered via self-paced eLearning units to help primary teachers create an effective and positive learning environment by mastering techniques to manage and shape classroom behaviour.

We will reach out to finalise registration within our self-paced eLearning platform generally within 2 business days of receiving your order.

This workshop takes teachers through a series of self-paced eLearning units and a conclusion to help them implement Positive Teaching techniques in their classroom. The units are:
  • Introduction and Unit 1: Identifying Troublesome Classroom Behaviour
  • Unit 2: Focusing on Appropriate Classroom Behaviour
  • Unit 3: Setting the Classroom Context
  • Unit 4: Enhancing Praise and Reprimands
  • Conclusion: The Charter for Positive Teaching
Each unit provides participants with video demonstrations, interactive activities, course readings and research briefings. Participants are asked to take a break of at least 24 hours between units to allow them to apply what they have learnt in their classroom and complete observation schedules. Positive Teaching is a technique that encourages teachers to focus not just on praising academic performance, but also on praising social behaviour, thereby increasing classroom time spent on-task for all students. This approach complements school-wide behaviour programs such as Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) and Positive Behavioural Interventions and Supports (PBIS). The workshop is appropriate for Foundation to Year 6 teachers. Each participant receives a complimentary copy of Positive Teaching for Australian Primary Classrooms: Effective classroom behaviour management, by Kevin Wheldall, Robyn Wheldall and Frank Merrett.

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