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"Tricky" behaviour

Updated: Sep 14

In a session, when I ask "What is a challenging behaviour?" lots of answers arise. Many of them are connected with what triggers us, such as someone saying "no" or not listening to us. I describe a challenging behaviour as a "tricky" behaviour. Mostly, because when these behaviours arise, they can be unsettling, we may not know what to do or how to respond. Another aspect is that behaviours that are deemed challenging tend to isolate or decrease rapport with other kids and staff which, if unchecked, can lead to exclusion from class, school or community programs. Be in touch if you'd like to learn more about how REiL Learning can support your organization in working through "tricky" behaviours by e-mailing Katy at REiLlearning@gmail.com