Inclusion, Education and Movement
FREE tips on managing kids behaviour
Have you ever thought about coaching kids? Maybe putting your hand up for the local sports club?
Maybe you already do coach?
This free mini-course, answers three of the most common questions Michelle gets asked about managing kids behaviour inclusively.
Join this free course today and get more kids up and moving tomorrow!
Outdoor, action-packed maths that will get the whole school moving through problem solving challenges and physical fun!
Written to Australian Curriculum, strength based, all-inclusive learning that is well outside the box!
Hands on, practical professional learning seminars that will inspire and excite educators and teaching assistants alike. Topics include special educational needs, autism, curriculum development and behavioural management.
Full of take-home tips, strategies and excitement! Workshops can be customised to your needs with titles including 'School Holiday Survival', 'Routine is King, Boundaries are Queen' and 'Strength For Sanity'
CAMPS & CLUBS
Inclusive exercise programs and all inclusive games that are fun for all-abilities and coaches alike.
Guidebooks, full programs and exercise descriptions available for camps, sporting clubs and kids fitness programs.
Founder, Michelle Wong (right) is an individual and behavioural needs specialist, currently researching autism and motivation to exercise at Curtin University and is a member of the Curtin Autism research Group.
The school incursion supports behavioural and Special Educational Needs in the classroom through mathematical, physical challenges.
Bust-a-Burpee runs through a series of open-ended, physical problem-solving challenges in 45 minute blocks.
The Bust-a-Burpee program has been adapted for camps and sporting groups with a series of fun warm up games, challenges for all-abilities and strength-building exercises. All participants are included and can celebrate in the fun of movement!
Bust-a-Burpee coordinators are qualified teachers and we encourage your staff to observe and participate (where comfortable) in the program as an excellent Professional Learning opportunity.
Founder, Michelle Wong is an individual and behavioural needs specialist, currently researching autism and motivation to exercise at Curtin University and is a member of the Curtin Autism research Group.
Michelle's goals are for teachers to celebrate inclusion and embrace the concept of learning through movement, as she strives to empower staff-members with her dynamic professional learning seminars.
It's time for all children to jump up and start moving!
The goal of Bust-a-Burpee is to see every child outside and moving through fun and inclusive physical challenges.
"Michelle brings learning to life!"
Professor Lyn Beazley OA
Former Western Australian Chief Scientist and Western Australian of the Year