BEHAVIOUR Models

These models and simulations have been tagged “BEHAVIOUR”.

Model of positive and negative behaviour within the classroom
Model of positive and negative behaviour within the classroom
    ​Justice Reinvestment in Bourke  A linear function (Straight Line Method) has been created to determine the impact of adjusted expenditure levels in policing and community development. The Model: System DynamicsKey Assumptions: Bourke Population: 3,000Bourke Youth Population (Age 8 - 18 years):


​Justice Reinvestment in Bourke
A linear function (Straight Line Method) has been created to determine the impact of adjusted expenditure levels in policing and community development. The Model: System DynamicsKey Assumptions: Bourke Population: 3,000Bourke Youth Population (Age 8 - 18 years): 1,000
Flowchart to address learner needs for a positive teaching and learning environment.
Flowchart to address learner needs for a positive teaching and learning environment.
A first attempt at creating a simulation: a mandated part of a PD course. Have tailored it specifically to Special Needs as this is my passion.
A first attempt at creating a simulation: a mandated part of a PD course. Have tailored it specifically to Special Needs as this is my passion.
my first simulation for application in early childhood classroom management of behaviour
my first simulation for application in early childhood classroom management of behaviour
  ​Justice Reinvestment in Bourke     The Model:   I have used a Systems Dynamic model which is made up of stocks, flows, and primitives.  A linear function (Straight Line Method) has been created to 
determine the impact of adjusted expenditure levels in policing and 
community development. The tow
​Justice Reinvestment in Bourke

The Model:

I have used a Systems Dynamic model which is made up of stocks, flows, and primitives.
A linear function (Straight Line Method) has been created to determine the impact of adjusted expenditure levels in policing and community development. The town of Bourke experiences extremely high youth detention levels. The cause of this detention level is said to have many contributing factors. These include, the at home environment of the youth, with many households experiencing domestic violence incidents. While other contributing factors are the lifestyle of the youths external environment, with many youth not attending school, not having their license, and being unemployed. Each of these factors only increase the youth crime rate in Bourke.  In order to combat this, research into crime prevention has been implemented in Bourke. Increased expenditure on community development programs like domestic violence consultation groups, football clubs, free driving lessons and talks between elders and the youth have been implemented in the hope to reduce youth in detention.
My model demonstrates the effect of increased expenditure on community development verse increased expenditure on policing. The ultimate outcome would be to establish a balance between expenditure on policing and expenditure on community development, thus resulting with as little youth in detention as possible.


Assumptions:

Bourke total population: 3,000
Bourke total youth population: 2,000
Initial Value are as followed -
Bourke youth in community: 500
Bourke youth involved in crime: 250
Bourke youth in Juvenile detention: 250
   ​Justice Reinvestment in Bourke      The Model:   I have used a Systems Dynamic model which is made up of stocks, flows, and primitives.  A linear function (Straight Line Method) has been created to 
determine the impact of adjusted expenditure levels in policing and 
community development. The t
​Justice Reinvestment in Bourke

The Model:

I have used a Systems Dynamic model which is made up of stocks, flows, and primitives.
A linear function (Straight Line Method) has been created to determine the impact of adjusted expenditure levels in policing and community development. The town of Bourke experiences extremely high youth detention levels. The cause of this detention level is said to have many contributing factors. These include, the at home environment of the youth, with many households experiencing domestic violence incidents. While other contributing factors are the lifestyle of the youths external environment, with many youth not attending school, not having their license, and being unemployed. Each of these factors only increase the youth crime rate in Bourke.  In order to combat this, research into crime prevention has been implemented in Bourke. Increased expenditure on community development programs like domestic violence consultation groups, football clubs, free driving lessons and talks between elders and the youth have been implemented in the hope to reduce youth in detention.
My model demonstrates the effect of increased expenditure on community development verse increased expenditure on policing. The ultimate outcome would be to establish a balance between expenditure on policing and expenditure on community development, thus resulting with as little youth in detention as possible.


Assumptions:

Bourke total population: 3,000
Bourke total youth population: 2,000
Initial Value are as followed -
Bourke youth in community: 500
Bourke youth involved in crime: 250
Bourke youth in Juvenile detention: 250