Full course description
Date and time
Thursday 10 September 2020, 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Online – a Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event
This learning event is right for you if you are looking to 'recalibrate' your own and your students' attitudes and outlooks during an ongoing time of change.
Join renowned clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller for an hour where we can focus on where we've been, what we are addressing at this point in time and look to moving forward with an intent to choose frames of mind which assist us to live with ongoing uncertainty.
Each week can feel like we are starting an entirely new year. The process of forming, storming, norming, performing and adjourning is something we can plan for and utilise to create outcomes for our students and ourselves.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a profound impact on all facets of society. It's crucial that people take a practical approach to dealing with COVID-19. (Beyond Blue)
- strategies for increasing positive outcomes through change
- insights into evaluating and controlling your own response to uncertainty.
Andrew is a clinical psychologist who has worked with over 3,000 schools in Australia, NZ, Asia and the UK. His research has been in two areas: learning strengths and resilience with a firm focus on using positive education in the classroom to make a difference.
Andrew is an Hon. Fellow at the University of Melbourne and has been a scientific consultant for the ABC. He is an ambassador for Adolescent Success and the Lion’s Club Alcohol and Drug Awareness Foundation He has also been a principal consultant to the Dept. Education START, resilience and Bully Stoppers initiatives and the national drug prevention strategy REDI, and is a regular presenter on Radio National.