Consistent, whole-school strategies to create positive and supportive learning environments, with knowledgeable teachers who are supported in ongoing professional development and practice, are key to improving the current behaviour challenges in schools. View MultiLit’s submission to the Senate enquiry into Disruptive Behaviour in Classrooms.
MultiLit Special Educators and Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Jill Hellemans and Micaela Rafferty, answer common questions about the MultiLit Positive Teaching and Learning Initiative.
Special education teacher Jessica McLaren reviews Positive Teaching for Australian Primary Schools: Effective classroom behaviour management.
Kevin Wheldall, Micaela Rafferty, Jill Hellemans explain the background and research behind ABA.
Educators can now undertake the Positive Teaching for Effective Classroom Behaviour Management PD Workshop at their own pace, wherever they are.
MultiLit expands focus on behaviour with the appointment of behaviour specialists and the establishment of the new Positive Teaching and Learning Initiative.