Character Education and Proactive Behaviour Management

Learn how to integrate character education and social emotional learning (SEL) principles into your proactive behaviour management programs to improve behaviour, academic attainment, wellbeing and future success.

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Iro Konstantinou
Dr Iro Konstantinou
Dr Iro Konstantinou is the Head of Research & Impact at Eton College, working on projects surrounding character education, employability, wellbeing and study skills. She is currently a Visiting Researcher in Education Studies at the University of Warwick and a Visiting Lecturer at UCL.
Robin Jones-Ford
Robin Jones-Ford
Robin is an Educational Consultant and Trainer who worked as a Teacher and Senior Leader for over 30 years. He has led all areas of school development, specialising in special ed, behaviour, inclusion, trauma informed practice and CPD, with Masters qualifications in SEND and systemic thinking.
Speaker_Jon Tiss
Jon Tiss
Jon Tiss is Satchel’s Co-Founder and Director of Sales. During his 12 years at Satchel, Jon has worked with 1000s of schools across the UK, US and Middle East, including helping Senior Leaders implement effective behaviour management and wellbeing programmes.
In this webinar we: 
  • Learn about character education and why it’s important 
  • Explore strategies for implementing character education in the classroom 
  • Discuss the useful link between SEL and character education
  • Look at the similarities between CASEL and character education frameworks 
  • Dive deeper into using SEL for proactive behaviour management to reduce low level disruption in the classroom
  • Learn how to use Skills by Satchel Pulse to track character education initiatives
Who is this webinar for?
  • Senior leaders looking to improve students’ character
  • Senior leaders using The Character Education Framework
  • Behaviour managers exploring proactive behaviour management 
  • SENDCos interested in a holistic approach to student behaviour
  • Pastoral leaders trying to understand why their students behave the way they do
  • Classroom teachers looking to support their students

The benefits of character education

Holistic development

Character education goes beyond academics, focusing on virtues like empathy, resilience and integrity, aiding in a well-rounded personality development.

Being social

Character education programs cultivate better interpersonal skills, fostering positive relationships and effective communication among students.

Making decisions

Students learn to make ethical decisions through character education, developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills within a moral framework.

Becoming resilient

Character building equips students with tools to handle challenges, stress, and setbacks more effectively, promoting mental health and resilience.

Learning environment

Implementing character education can create a more inclusive, respectful and supportive school culture, fostering a safer environment for learning.

SEL, Skills and Improving Student Outcomes

Social emotional learning (SEL) is a process that helps students develop essential life skills like emotional management, healthy relationship building and responsible decision making.

Research has shown that the numerous benefits of incorporating SEL into the classroom include improved behaviour, academic performance and mental health, making SEL the best way to achieve a safe, supportive and inclusive learning environment.

Satchel Pulse’s Skills solution uses the power of SEL to help you get to the root of student issues and understand what your students need to thrive, in the classroom and far beyond.
Skills also works alongside any existing character education initiatives to track and monitor student character building. 

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