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ALL STAFF - JP, PRIMARY, MIDDLE & SECONDARY - MON 20 AUG 2018

UNDERSTANDING AND WORKING THROUGH DIFFICULT EMOTIONS IN LEARNING

ALL STAFF - IN JUNIOR PRIMARY, PRIMARY MIDDLE SCHOOL AND SECONDARY SCHOOL

PRESENTED BY DR LYDIA WOODYATT, SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGIST AND TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARD WINNER

Winner of the Teaching Excellence Award presents:

We tend to focus on ‘positive’ emotions as part of wellbeing, however often ‘negative’ emotions like fear, shame, guilt, and anger are part of our experience at work, and the experience of our students in the classroom. 

These emotions can become significant barriers to learning and developing. Understanding these emotions as part of functional wellbeing can help us to develop approaches to help ourselves and others to work through these emotions, and even use them, to help us to move towards our goals.

Learning outcomes:
- What are the difficult emotions that arise in teaching practice (in ourselves, our students, and others)?

- When and where to these arise? In what ways can they create barriers in our own practice and in our learners’ experience?

- What techniques (including brief classroom based approaches and more extended curriculum embedded strategies) are available for coping with, and utilising, these emotions in a learning
  environment?

FLIER

 

Event Properties

Event Date 20/08/2018 9:00 am
Event End Date 20/08/2018 3:30 pm
Register by 15/08/2018
Individual Price $145.00
$145.00


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