Department of Education

Behaviour and Wellbeing

Behaviour and Wellbeing

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Classroom Management Strategies

Classroom Management Strategies (CMS) aims to grow professional teaching practice in ways that improve the engagement, learning and wellbeing of all students. Delivery focuses on using evidence-based interactive instructional strategies that increase students' active participation and classroom engagement, leading to improved social behaviour and outcomes for students and schools.

CMS training is available to school staff.


Core professional learning currently offered includes:

  • Foundation Program - 'Confidence in the Classroom'
  • Instructional Strategies Extension Program - 'Engaging Students in Learning'
  • Conferencing Accreditation Training - 'Better Support for Schools'
  • Education Assistant Professional Learning – ‘Working Together’
  • Professional Learning Teams - 'Self-reflection'

For details about each of these programs and how to access them, see related files to the right of this page.

Additional services include:

  • Delivery and support of whole-school approaches to behaviour management and instructional improvement
  • Working with pre-service teachers in a range of universities
  • Graduate support programs
  • School-based awareness and refresher workshops

For updates on current program information and availability, please contact the School of Special Educational Needs: Behaviour and Engagement (SSEN:BE) Program Coordinators.


SSEN:BE Program Coordinators:

Andrew Higginbottom Susan Boylen
M: 0491 227 450  T: 9402 6139 0491 220 419  T: 9402 6461


Classroom Management Strategies

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