Introduction to Talent-based Strengths in a Learning Environment
Enjoy a practical approach to positive psychology in the classroom. You’ll learn about talent-based teaching and see how a strengths approach improves communication and relationships in the classroom and staffroom.
This complimentary seminar offers 1 hour of NESA registered professional development
Strengthening Teacher’s Professional Practice and Wellbeing
- Happier Teachers
- Engaged Students
- Healthy Habits of Mind
Research suggests there is a direct reciprocal relationship between learning outcomes and wellbeing – people thrive in situations where they feel secure, valued and appreciated. A strengths approach does not assume people are broken or need fixing. Rather, it highlights potential and builds upon what is already present within a person and helps them, make it better.
When teachers adopt a strengths based approach in the classroom they focus on student progress.
Students feel recognised for what they do well and find strategies to approach a challenging task. Learning focuses on different ways to meet an outcome rather than worrying about what’s missing. This reduction in worry builds healthy habits of mind and stronger levels of resilience. Focusing on strengths to manage weakness has been found to increase student engagement and promote learning.
This is a research based seminar and teachers will be given access to further study materials.
- Spot potential talents in your own and student behaviours
- Use positive psychology strategies to communicate and collaborate in the classroom and staffroom
- Use strengths-based approach to increase engagement and wellbeing in the classroom and staffroom
This outcome focused seminar seeks to boosts moral and lower stress. Teachers are introduced to strengths principles and hear factual examples of where a positive approach in the classroom engaged students and improved learning outcomes. Teachers will be encouraged to identify talents in themselves, colleagues and students and invited to see how teaching from their own strengths could be more effective than struggling to replicate someone with different talents.
Our next courses will be run in term 3
Contact Nicole for details: email@example.com | 0425 209 008
Completing Introduction to using Talent-based Strengths in a Learning Environment will contribute to ONE HOUR of NESA registered PD addressing 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers toward maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
Learn more about our other NESA approved seminars and coaching
- Using a Strengths-based Vocabulary in Teaching & Learning
- Coaching for Teachers (5 hours registered PD)
Nicole is a Gallup certified strengths coach, trained meditation teacher and qualified secondary school teacher. She has more than 17 years classroom experience and still teaches regularly in NSW and QLD. It is this current practical knowledge which ensures seminars are relevant and purposeful. Nicole undertakes regular personal and professional development to maintain currency as a certified coach and meditation teacher. She understands the daily challenges of the school environment and the demands placed on teachers. However Nicole also shares a love of learning and delight in the teaching experience. She brings strategic understanding of the connections forged within a school and encourages a reflective processes. Nicole puts power in the hands of her clients.
Call today and arrange for Nicole to visit your school.
m: 0425 209 008 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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