TEAN: Let’s talk about supporting mental health and wellbeing as part of effective learning and teaching
2 Mar 2018
The Teacher Education Advancement Network
You can join the day in person or by way of a Skype link. Further details below.
This event is relevant to early, middle and advanced career teacher educators in organisations, schools, further education colleges and higher education institutions.
Why it’s a good idea to talk about this: The number of teaching staff (in addition to child, adolescent and adult learners) experiencing mental health and wellbeing challenges continues to rise. It has become essential for organisations, and individuals within these organisations, to support mental health and wellbeing thus ensuring that learners do not experience a barrier to education achievement or employment.
Learners with mental health and wellbeing challenges are not exclusive to a particular education sector. The fact is, we are all personally vulnerable to the impact of mental health and wellbeing challenges within learning and teaching contexts. There are strategies that learning and teaching practitioners could employ as part of quality learning and teaching
Keynote address: TEAN is very pleased to welcome Hugh Smith who is an experienced Teacher Educator who provides school, college and university consultancy on Learning and Teaching, to lead this
From TEAN’s perspective, Critical Publishing’s perspective and the perspective of our keynote speaker, Skype is an opportunity offered to individuals only, not groups. It is therefore not permissible to invite others to join you on the day.
It is also not permissible to record the event in any way for reasons of Intellectual Property Rights and basic courtesy to our keynote speaker. We strongly advise that there are better, more interesting ways of using what you personally learn from the day with others.