About this webinar
Understanding Behavioural Changes In Students
After home, children spend most of their time in school with teachers and classmates. Teachers play a very crucial role when it comes to observing changes happening in students. Behavioural changes are also important for a child's development and can be noticed by a teacher in a classroom.
Child behaviour experts say that the best way for teachers to manage behaviour in the classroom is through praise. This might seem unlikely, and it probably won’t come naturally. When we see kids acting out or doing something disruptive, it’s natural to point that out. But research shows that paying more attention to the behaviours you do want to see is ultimately a more effective strategy.
Dealing with behaviour appropriately is key to successful teaching and learning.
We invite all the teachers out there to join us in this webinar and get to know how they can understand behavioural changes in children and what to do when they observe something problematic.
Bhaswati Baruah Career Counseling & Motivational Speaker
She is currently working as a Guest Lecturer (Education) in Women's College, Tinsukia, which is also her hometown. She is equipped with good communication and time management skills. Added to it, She is also a Certified Career Coach. She along with her teammates is successfully running a 'Coaching and Counselling Classes', where she provides classes on B.Ed Entrance Exam as well as carries forward the Career Counselling/ Personality and Motivation Session. She also has a Youtube Channel named 'Bhaswati Baruah', where she uploads videos from time to time on various Mental health-related topics in order to enlighten the people of society regarding mental issues.
Benefits Of Webinar
- Learn about dealing with behaviourial changes in studenys
- Teachers will get to know from our expert how they can understand the changes in children
- Steps to be taken when they observe something problematic
- Directly ask questions to the mentor
- Website Sessions:
- Registrations: 15