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Teacher Wellbeing: What do we know and what can we do?

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The School of Education is delighted to announce two exciting Professional Learning Teacher Wellbeing and Resilience Workshops for educators.

Event details

Join us on Tuesday 22 October and Tuesday 5 November, for two unique face-to-face, half-day workshops which will highlight the wellbeing and resilience of educators from all phases of education.

Tuesday 22 October and Tuesday 5 November 2019
9am to 12:30pm
Curtin Campus School of Education Building 209, Room 227, Kent St, Bentley WA 610
$200 (Standard) - buy 4 tickets and get the 5th ticket free; $100 (Curtin graduates, staff and students)
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Register your place

This course is suitable for individuals or groups based in the same workplace, of all levels of experience and different education settings. The workshop will cover the nature of resilience, building relationships and networks, wellbeing and emotions, and taking initiative. You will be involved in reflection time, discussions, exploring online resources and will develop a personal plan to assist in the future. Your workshop convenor is Associate Professor Susan Beltman.

Further information can be viewed on the Professional Learning Hub website.