Training Teachers to be Resilient by @TeacherToolkit

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This is a blog about a forthcoming Teachers and Advisers Conference held at Goldsmiths College, University of London on Friday 10th July 2015.

Teachers and Advisers Conference:

I would like to invite you to attend a FREE annual teachers and advisers conference, designed to benefit anyone supporting the progression of students into higher education. From careers advisers and support staff to subject tutors and curriculum leaders, this event offers information, advice and guidance to students, along with continuing professional development and networking opportunities.


In addition, I will be speaking to those who will be attending. Not only am I delighted about doing so, but I will be returning to an academic institution where I first walked in 1993 as a trainee-teacher. This act of actually being back where I first started – and still being in the classroom today – has inspired me to prepare a presentation based on ‘Resilience;’ strategies for the classroom teacher, school leader; well-being tips and practical ideas for teachers to take back into the classroom despite the ever-changing goalposts.

I will share my presentation and photographs from the event in due course.

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The programme will focus on how teachers and advisers can provide support for young people in the midst of curriculum reforms and changes in the higher education landscape. People attending will receive a post-election sector update and find out more about the exciting course developments at Goldsmiths. If you are keen to attend, please contact this email address.

You can view the programme below or download it here.

Goldsmiths CPD Teachers' Conference


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