19 Mar 2024
Gadigal Land, Sydney & Online

Student Behaviour & Classroom Management

Practical strategies to drive positive learning
Save Up to $400

Practical strategies to drive positive learning

Australian classrooms rank 70th out of 77 school systems worldwide for disorderliness, according to a 2023 OECD report and a third of teachers report losing classroom teaching time because of student interruptions. The challenges are real: Teacher shortages and a lack of consistency for students and new teachers lacking vital classroom management skills. External factors like COVID disruptions and online learning have delayed student socialisation and development, home issues and parental involvement further complicate the classroom environment.

The Student Behaviour & Classroom Management conference will unpack current issues and present school leaders with practical approaches to help teachers confidently lead classrooms and implement evidence-based classroom practices. This conference will explore school-wide behavioural frameworks and intervention strategies, underpinned by behavioural science referencing successful school case studies. Understand resources available now and upcoming for classroom management and easy-to-implement solutions developed by local and international experts.

Why attend

Hear why schools need a behavioural curriculum & learn how teaching behaviour works in practice

Take away practical strategies to create safe, calm, orderly & engaged classrooms & minimise the need for ‘management’

Specific approaches for effective low-level interventions with confidence & upskilling graduate teachers

Discover how establishing student agency can work in the right environment

Speakers

Key topic areas

Who will attend

Primary and secondary schools with roles as: 

  • Principal
  • Deputy/Assistant Principal
  • Head of Wellbeing/Wellness/Engagement/Academic Services
  • Head of Teacher Development
  • Head of School or Year
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Classroom Teachers

It may also be relevant to representatives from school associations, government or academia with an interest or responsibility for student behaviour and management.

Agenda

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Workshops

Enhance your learnings from the conference with deep-dive workshops.

20 March 2024
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Practical strategies to create calm, orderly classrooms

Workshop overview

This workshop will focus on practical strategies teachers and schools can use to create calm and orderly classrooms that enable students to learn and teachers to have more teaching time. The workshop will show examples of teachers using these strategies in schools around Australia.

Attend & learn

  • An easy to understand view of student behaviour that leads to student learning
  • Skills that effective teachers use to maintain control in a classroom will be demonstrated
  • You will see examples of these strategies in use in classrooms
  • The session is hands on & practical
Dr Tim McDonald

Dr Tim McDonald

Chief Executive Officer

YMCA WA & subject matter expert, The Engaged Classroom Initiative, Australian Education Research Organisation (AERO)

20 March 2024
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

How to cultivate lifelong learning in your classroom

Workshop overview

In this hands-on workshop, we’ll break free from traditional educational norms and dive into the transformative realm of a living school. John Stewart, founder of The Living School, will guide you through practical solutions that breathe life into your teaching methods, reignite the joy of education and implement new perspectives to forge authentic relationships with your students.

By attending this workshop, you’ll be better equipped to transform your teaching experience and leave with the tools to create a dynamic and impactful learning environment.

Attend & learn

  • Explore how to move beyond the confines of marks, recall & league tables
  • Learn about practical “learning lenses” that will change the way you see & plan teaching & learning
  • Discover ways to establish student agency, encouraging them to take an active role in their education
  • Unpack strategies for guiding behaviour development alongside fostering knowledge competency
John Stewart

John Stewart

Conductor

The Living School (NSW)

20 March 2024
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

How to implement a school-wide approach to behaviour – preparing for success

Workshop overview

In this active workshop, you will apply concepts to practice, test ideas and converse in breakout style sessions. You will leave with a draft implementation plan to help prepare your school for your preferred behavioural approach.

Attend & learn

  • Gain a practical understanding of key implementation considerations
  • Consider research evidence, context and priorities to develop an implementation plan suited to their school setting
  • Explore how an understanding of effective professional development can strengthen your approach
  • Implement your draft implementation plan to test & share with colleagues & critical friends
Susannah Schoeffe

Susannah Schoeffe

Director

Implement.ED

Logistics
19 March 2024
09:00 am - 05:00 pm

Sydney Boulevard Hotel
90 William Street
Sydney, NSW 2011 | Gadigal Land

Can’t attend in person? Join the online interactive conference. Access the full conference online with excellent connectivity facilitated by our premier event platform and experienced IT, AV and delivery teams.

 

Pricing

Book now and save with our early bird pricing.

Early bird savings until 15 December

$799

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $400


 

Early bird savings until 16 February

$899

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $300


 

Save until 24 November

$1,099

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $100


 

Standard prices after early bird

$1,199

+GST

Early bird savings until 15 December

$1,099

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $400


 

Early bird savings until 16 February

$1,199

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $300


 

Early bird savings until 1 March

$1,399

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $100


 

Standard prices after early bird

$1,499

+GST

Early bird savings until 15 December

$899

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $400


 

Early bird savings until 16 February

$999

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $300


 

Early bird savings until 1 March

$1,199

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $100


 

Standard prices after early bird

$1,299

+GST

Early bird savings until 15 December

$1,199

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $400


 

Early bird savings until 16 February

$1,299

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $300


 

Early bird savings until 1 March

$1,499

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $100


 

Standard prices after early bird

$1,599

+GST

Commercial Solutions Provider Rate - In Person

$2,599

You provide products or services to this delegate audience.

Group discounts are not valid for Vendor Rates

Community Service Provider Rate - Online

$2,299

You provide products or services to this delegate audience.

Group discounts are not valid for Vendor Rates

Bring your colleagues and save with a group discount

Groups of 5+ save 10%
Groups of 9+ save 15%
Groups of 20+ save 20%

Hear from past delegates

Format

Keynotes

Engaging presentations by industry experts that offer insights and inspiration on key topics and trends.

Case studies

Real-world examples presented by industry leaders, showcasing successful strategies and valuable lessons learned.

Panel discussions

Dynamic conversations among a group of experts, sharing diverse perspectives and engaging in thought-provoking discussions.

Interactive Q&A

Interactive sessions where attendees can directly engage with speakers.

Networking

An opportunity to connect and build relationships with industry peers, colleagues and thought leaders.

Keynotes

Engaging presentations by industry experts that offer insights and inspiration on key topics and trends.

Case studies

Real-world examples presented by industry leaders, showcasing successful strategies and valuable lessons learned.

Panel discussions

Dynamic conversations among a group of experts, sharing diverse perspectives and engaging in thought-provoking discussions.

Interactive Q&A

Interactive sessions where attendees can directly engage with speakers.

Networking

An opportunity to connect and build relationships with industry peers, colleagues and thought leaders.

FAQ

Dietary requirements and special needs are to be communicated to event organisers one week prior to the event commencing. Please identify yourself to The Hatchery staff upon arrival to ensure all your needs are met.

Most sessions are being recorded and will be made available after the event ends. They will be accessible through the “replay” button.

No problem! Visit our FAQ page here: https://the-hatchery.co/faqs/ or contact Customer Care on 1300 918 334.

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