Join T2TUK/KAGAN UK for a Kagan Win-Win Discipline Workshop
at the Deanwater Hotel, Woodford, Cheshire, SK7 1RJ
On 8th March 2017
Kagan Win-Win Discipline—Day 1
Create discipline solutions where you win and your students win. Gain a new perspective on discipline problems and
come away with tools that really work. Convert every disruption into a learning opportunity.
Go beyond ending disruptions—teach responsible behaviours and life skills. In this
T2TUK / KaganUK Win-Win Discipline overview, you'll learn all the basics: to identify the four types of
disruptive behaviour; to recognise the seven positions from which they spring; and what to do in the moment-of-disruption.
Learn to follow-up and to prevent future disruptions. Experience the power of the most comprehensive approach to discipline ever created.
- Classbuilding & Teambuilding: 6th March 2017—£160 + VAT
- Brain-Friendly Teaching: £185.00 + VAT
- Win-Win Discipline: 8th March 2017—£185.00 + VAT
- Register for the Kagan Trilogy simultaneously and pay only £424.00 + VAT.
- Register for any two of the above courses simultaneously to save 10%
£185.00 + VAT
(ie £222.00 including VAT)
Course Fee Includes Free Book
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: Gavin Clowes
Timings for Workshop
8.30 am Registration
9.00 am - 3.45 pm Workshop
FREE Win-Win Discipline Book
Download Your Registration Form and Flier Now!
- Boost your confidence in handling all types of disruptions you face
- Understand why your students misbehave and what to do about it
- Promote responsible behaviour in your classroom
- Deal appropriately with aggression, confrontations, rule breaking, withdrawal, and clowning
- Channel your overly energetic students' disruptive behaviour into productive learning
- Adopt preventative discipline strategies that address problems before they happen
- Create a safe, comfortable classroom focused on learning, not discipline
“The content is extremely applicable to my classroom and has invigorated me for the upcoming year.
It helped me see students in a new light and improves things I practise currently.”
— Maria Bennet, Teacher