Target Setting for Behaviour

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  • Behaviours for Learning, Inclusion
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  • Primary
  • Leadership, Teaching & Learning
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The course will look at setting targets in four areas

  • Work behaviour
  • Verbal behaviour
  • Non-verbal behaviour
  • Social and emotional behaviour

The course will look at how to set appropriate targets by

  • Defining the behaviour of concern
  • The use of assessment and observation
  • Monitoring progress

There will also be a practical element on using templates to set targets

About The Course

Targets should be SMART

Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant,Time-bound

However when it comes to setting behaviour targets for a target to be smart three key elements need to be developed or the target becomes an expectation.

To create a smart target, it is necessary to combine three elements:

  • What is the desired behaviour?
  • How is the desired behaviour to be achieved?
  • When will it have been achieved?
About the Programme Leader

Jogo Behaviour Support's strengths lie in both the expert knowledge and experience of their team, and also the content of the support and training they provide. All of their team have spent their careers supporting and succeeding with children, young people and families that are experiencing issues around social, emotional, mental health and behaviour

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