Transforming Challenging Behaviour in Primary Schools (F-6)

With increased incidences of trauma, anxiety, diagnosed conditions and learning difficulties, the effects of these have presented themselves as challenges in behaviour, learning, wellbeing and relationships within many environments. This also includes recent circumstances where students are feeling isolated and disconnected, impacting their sense of belonging and motivation.

Go beyond managing the symptoms of challenging behaviours to understanding why children are experiencing these challenges (causation). Experience related strategies to know how we can work with identified challenges and the whole child to create short and long term impact (transformation). Use these strategies to enhance positive relationships that build resilience, empathy, trust, inclusion and compassion. Discover how you can transform the negative impact of challenging behaviours to ensure all learners thrive.

This 3 part webinar series has been crafted to motivate Primary School teachers and support staff to:

  • Understand the importance of moving from managing symptoms to why they are experiencing these challenges (causation);

  • Experience strategies to know how we can work with identified challenges to create short and long term impact (transformation);

  • Use these essential transformational strategies to plan and activate sustainable changes to minimise challenging behaviours, improve children’s learning and wellbeing, and ensure the growth of positive relationships (sustainable action).

This webinar series will allow participants to:

  • Use a holistic map combined with behavioural assessments to understand causation;

  • Experience a range of essential evidence-based learning and wellbeing strategies that support different developmental and communication needs within the primary school years related to challenging behaviours (e.g. aggression; anxiety; defiance; grief; fear; trauma; learning difficulties; withdrawal.);

  • Understand the most appropriate strategies than can be applied to their challenging case(s) and environments to improve learning and wellbeing outcomes;

  • Create a sustainable action plan that supports the diverse needs of identified students and develop calmer and safe environments.


This webinar series is suitable for Primary teachers & support staff in Catholic, Government, Independent & Special schools. Pre-service, Graduates & CRTs would also benefit from participating.


Non-Member: $200 (excl. GST)

Member*: $180 (excl. GST)

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Webinar 1: Thursday 23rd July 2020

Webinar 2: Thursday 30th July 2020

Webinar 3: Thursday 6th August 2020


Australia Times:

VIC, ACT, NSW, QLD and TAS: 4:00pm - 5:30pm

NT and SA: 3:30pm - 5:00pm

WA: 2:00pm - 3:30pm

Worldwide Times:

6:00pm - 7:30pm: New Zealand and Fiji

3:00pm - 4:30pm: Tokyo

2:00pm - 3:30pm: Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, China and Philippines

1:00pm - 2:30pm: Indonesia

9:00am - 10:30am: Greece, Russia and Finland

8:00am - 9:30am: Italy, Egypt, Denmark, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Norway, Netherlands, Amsterdam and Germany.

7:00am - 8:30am: London and Ireland

Webinar access

Only registrants will receive access information via email on the day of the live webinar, along with any relevant downloadable resources.

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What you need for these webinars:

  • Access to a laptop/notebook or desktop device with internet connectivity, web camera, microphone and headphones;
  • Relevant resources provided via link for download;.
  • Your enthusiasm. 

Georgina Pazzi
Specialist Education and Wellbeing Presenter

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Georgina Pazzi is a Specialist Education and Wellbeing Consultant. She works in Government, Catholic and Independent Primary, Secondary and Special Schools, as well as  Early Childhood, Tertiary, Business and Not-for-Profit organisations. She has over 33 years of experience in educational leadership including curriculum innovation, ICT, progressive pedagogies, coaching, assessment and reporting. She has headed key government educational initiatives, developed successful learning, wellbeing and leadership programs, and consulted for the Department of Education and Training. As an expert teaching practitioner, Georgina works extensively in classrooms with teachers and their diverse students to improve practice, student outcomes and learning environments. Georgina is also an outstanding learning and wellbeing coach, working holistically with at risk students from preschool to Year 12 and their families.

Her extensive research and expertise in education, wellbeing, and digital learning, led to the development of Human Literacy as a progressive, sustainable curriculum, pedagogy and heutagogy that holistically transforms teaching, learning and wellbeing. Georgina is known internationally as an inspiring speaker, researcher, businesswoman, philanthropist and strong advocate for educators, young people and parents to ensure lifelong learning success.  Georgina was previously an Assistant Principal in a two campus P-9 College. Her passion for excellence in education has been recognised in state and national awards. Her presentations will leave you with a wealth of knowledge, strategies, resources and inspiration to make a difference to all you work with.

This webinar series meets the following AITSL Australian Professional Standards for Teachers:

1. Know students and how they learn  (1.1; 1.3; 1.5; 1.6.) 

3. Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning (3.3; 3.5.) 

4. Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments (4.1; 4.2; 4.3; 4.4.) 

6. Engage in Professional Learning (6.2; 6.3.) 


Framework for Improving Student Outcomes (FISO):

Excellence in Teaching and Learning:

  • Building practice excellence

Positive climate for learning:

  • Empowering students and building school pride
  • Setting expectations and promoting inclusion

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