The Impact of the Pandemic and Interventions to Support Student Recovery

 21 Sep 2021  Webinar     Free

Webinar Description:

During this webinar, Nina will share knowledge, skills and strategies for you to support the learning and wellbeing needs of students post-pandemic. These unprecedented times have caused emotional distress as well as systemic changes to the curriculum and methodologies of pedagogical delivery. Helping students to re-adjust, re-connect and re-evaluate their learning and relationships with others is crucial. Nina will help you to renew and re-ignite learning through emotional wellbeing and recovery

During this webinar you will:

  • Learn how to support students in developing the essential skills in rebuilding and fostering relationships with others and for learning - the human connection.
  • Support learners who have experienced trauma, lack of human connection, grief, bereavement, and isolation with recovery methods for learning and adapting to continuous change.
  • Help students to build on the resilience of home learning and face the future with a sense of renewed optimism and hope. Re-igniting learning and progress.

Presenter Biography:

The world of education is filled with very special people, but few have the breathtaking grasp of Nina ‘Ninja’ Jackson about what makes classrooms and those in them tick. Winner of the IPDA International Prize for Education, the TES has described her as an ‘inspirational, evangelical preacher of education'. An international education consultant, Nina is an award-winning speaker, best-selling author, and a leading practitioner in outstanding learning and teaching. Her particular gift is in working with SEN, the Gifted and Talented, and engaging disaffected learners. A hit with teachers, students, and educationalists alike, her training courses and keynotes speeches always leave those fortunate enough to attend wanting more. She has had an overwhelming impact on education both in the UK and internationally. She has, for instance, worked with the Ministry of Education, UNESCO, and UNICEF in Chile, Ghana, India, China, and the Middle East, as well as in Europe. In her first book, she shared her research on how music improves classroom learning and motivation. Her latest, the best-selling ‘Of Teaching, Learning and Sherbet Lemons: A compendium of careful advice for teachers’, has helped thousands of teachers put the ‘fizz’ back into their classrooms. The message is clear, while classrooms need systems and structure, they should also include certain magic and a sense of wonder, this is the ‘fizz’ that comes from passionate teachers who know how to engage emotionally with their students.
 

Date:
Tuesday 21st Sep 2021

Time:
1:30 pm -2:00 pm (UK Time)

Price:
Free