Do you reflect on your communication style? Do you reflect on the type of relationships you have with children in your care? Here are two very different styles that may be worth considering.
If you’re anti-reward system or are looking to pair your rewards with alternative strategies to supercharge motivation in your classroom or home, here are eight ways to achieve your goal.
Reward systems are commonly used in schools. But are they used properly? Here are four keys to lock in, five steps to implement one and four reasons why it may not be working as it should.
Defiance is extremely frustrating. How can we increase the chances of compliance and reduce the need for conflict? Here are three questions and two strategies to help you solve this issue.
Do you know a child that has a full meltdown when asked to try a task they feel is new, demanding or scary? Here is a simple strategy to overcome it with four key considerations to ensure success.
Looking for a way to build an effective visual routine for your child but lack access to a computer, printer and time? Here is the solution you are looking for.
Looking for a new reward system that’s quick, easy and proven to work? Here’s a five-step strategy to improve behaviour in your classroom.
Ever have a student or group of students who love to tell tales on each other from yard? A minor behaviour that can become a major disruption. Here’s a simple way to solve the issue in a positive manner!
Call-and-response chants are a basic strategy that, if used well, will develop a high level of listening skills in your classroom. Are you maximising their effect?
Tim Ferriss specializes in interviewing successful entrepreneurs, athletes and investors. He collated all these interviews into two books called Tool of Titans and Tribe of Mentors. Both books are a great read and in the latter book, Tim asks everyone the question if they had a billboard in a prominent place that they could write any message on, what […]
Maybe, you don’t want your child to only behave or learn when its for something in return? Here’s some tips on how to motivate learning and behaviour without the treats.
How do I get my child to do some school work at home? This article will turn you into a supreme motivator with three simple points that teachers use every day.