Children's behaviour and inclusion

Here are some links and resources for inclusive education and care settings around supporting children's behavioural learning and inclusion


Australian Association for Infant Mental Health Inc Position paper on Time Out


A Way With Words - Guidelines for the portrayal of people with a disability


Alfie Kohn – Alfie writes and speaks widely on human behaviour, education, and parenting. He has been described in Time magazine as “perhaps the country’s most outspoken critic of education’s fixation on grades [and] test scores.”


Behaviour Management at Group time - An article by Sandi Phoenix


Developmental Checklists - QLD Health


Developmental Milestones and the EYLF and the NQS -  The resources have been developed by Community Child Care Co-operative Ltd (NSW) to provide support for early childhood educators to implement the Early Years Learning Framework.


Red Flags guide for early intervention and associated developmental milestones. NB: For use when developmental/behavioural concerns are evident and referral is necessary.


Dr. Louise Porter – This website is dedicated to children: those spirited young people who value being in command of themselves and who protest when adults attempt to control them… those children whose learning style or needs make it a challenge to conform to school.


Parents' Evaluation of Development Status 


Raising Children Network – The Australian parenting website: comprehensive, practical, expert child health and parenting information and activities covering children aged 0-15 years.


Understanding Children's Behaviour - A resource relating to the NQF from the Department of Education and Training


William Glasser – Dr. Glasser developed his theory of human behaviour that explains why people do the things they do. It explains all human behaviour.