The Bus Ticket intervention that can be used to change a behaviour - replace a negative with a preferred positive. Each ticket focusses on the desired behaviour, when the teacher spots the child achieving the behaviour she/he clips the ticket. This has been very successful with boys in particular, with positive outcomes.
I worked with Jacqui Sharp recently - great PD and excellent follow up. Her blogs and websites are amazing. You can find almost anything. She has practical, firsthand knowledge and experience of working in, setting up and supporting students in an ILE setting.
Inclusion: Inclusive education means that all students attend and are welcomed by their neighbourhood schools in age-appropriate, regular classes and are supported to learn, contribute and participate in all aspects of the life of the school.
This provides evidence-based tools for meeting the needs of students who need more support but don't need an individualised intervention. With a focus on interventions for academic and behavioural difficulties, it looks at externalising behaviour, internalising behaviour, reading, and mathematics. Guidelines for screening, selecting interventions, and monitoring. Ways to involve families and practices are culturally responsive.
Ecology of the Classroom
The ecology of the classroom has a great effect on children’s classroom success. We will reflect on the elements that create a positive and supportive classroom environment, which in turn enhance the daily learning experiences of our students.