This dynamic webinar examines through presentation slides, video, expert panel discussions and audience Q&A how to build children’s resilience.

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3 hours, 09:30 AM AEDT - 12:30 PM AEDT

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  • PD hours: 3
  • $290.00 excl. GST

3 hours, 02:00 PM AEDT - 05:00 PM AEDT

Online

  • PD hours: 3
  • $290.00 excl. GST

3 hours, 09:30 AM AEST - 12:30 PM AEST

Online

  • PD hours: 3
  • $290.00 excl. GST

3 hours, 02:00 PM AEST - 05:00 PM AEST

Online

  • PD hours: 3
  • $290.00 excl. GST

    3 hours, 02:00 PM AEST - 05:00 PM AEST

    Online

    • PD hours: 3
    • $290.00 excl. GST
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    • PD hours: 3
    • $290.00 excl. GST
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    3 hours, 02:00 PM AEDT - 05:00 PM AEDT

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    • PD hours: 3
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    3 hours, 02:00 PM AEDT - 05:00 PM AEDT

    Online

    • PD hours: 3
    • $290.00 excl. GST

    Description

    Join us from the comfort of your home or work environment for our NEW online delivery of Building Resilience in Pre-Schoolers. As with the Face to Face event, our online event is also a SCHOOL READINESS FUNDING APPROVED PD. There are three priority areas for School Readiness Funding in 2021, Communication (language development), Wellbeing (social and emotional), and Access & Inclusions. Building Resilience in Pre-Schoolers fits into the Wellbeing (social & emotional) area.

    This dynamic webinar by our Walker Learning Consultant examines through presentation slides, video, expert panel discussions and audience Q&A how to build children’s resilience.

    We are excited to introduce Dr Kimberley O’Brien, Principal Child Psychologist at Quirky Kid to our expert panel. Quirky Kid is one of Australia’s leading child psychology clinics and educational publishers creating practical resources for early childhood and the primary school sector.

    Our panel of experts will bring expertise to the discussion surrounding key points of relevance for children, educators, leaders and parents during these unprecedented times.

    We will encourage interaction throughout the day with polls and quizzes, we have a comment board where we will invite you to share your thoughts and post questions for our experts. 

    So, what can we do to build children’s resilience? Research shows that social and emotional learning has significant academic and lifelong benefits. Children who are self-aware and confident try harder and are more resilient.

    Completing this webinar gives a practical overview on the importance of Social and Emotional Learning with a focus on how individualised and holistic pedagogies support:

    • Relationships
    • Personalities and stages of social and emotional development
    • Self-awareness, self-management and responsible decision making
    • Emotional IQ

    This PD session is suitable for teachers and leaders wanting to enhance and support children’s social and emotional learning in the early childhood years.

    Australian Professional Teaching Standards: APTS –1.1,1.3,1.5,4.1,4.3,6.2

    SRF - VEYLDF Alignment

    Item uses these practice principles: High expectations for every child.

    Item responds to these sub-outcomes: Children become strong in their social, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.

    Strength of Evidence: Level 6 - Supported by expert opinion

    Priority Area: Wellbeing (social and emotional)

    This training aims to improve wellbeing and long-term outcomes for children in all areas, including readiness for school, managing the school environment and managing school expectations.

    Workshops aim to help parents/carers and educators better understand what resilience is and isn’t, and learn how to build children’s capacity to ‘bounce back’.

    They include practical tips and strategies for building resilience, and opportunities for discussion and questions. They draw on current research highlighting how strong mental health foundations support positive outcomes for life. Educator-only sessions include discussion and a workshop to create an ‘action plan’ for educators’ particular programs and contexts.