Managing student wellbeing through the turbulence of a COVID year

Restrictions in a COVID year have seen students, educators and leadership teams across Australia faced with navigating the disruptive transitions from the classroom, to online learning, back to the classroom. In addition to other stressors brought on by a global pandemic and a turbulent year of change, it has never been more important to learn about how we can manage student wellbeing and mental health. This webinar will discuss practical strategies in supporting student wellbeing and highlight the roles that leadership teams - and IT systems in particular - play in this challenge.

Listen to Peta Sigley, Chief Knowledge Officer at Springfox, Paul Morris, Former Director of Public Schools NSW DoE, Warren McLeod, former consultant for Pivot Professional Learning & Branch Executive Member of ACEL Victoria, and Drew Mitchell, Head of Department of Positive Behaviour for Learning at Marsden State High School, discuss

  • Tell-tale signs: How to tell if a student is struggling.
  • Practical strategies any school can try to help students cope with change and adversity.
  • The role that different members of your school community have in supporting collective wellbeing, mental health and resilience.
  • Uncover the wide range of resources available for students, including guides and toolkits.
  • Gain expert insight into best practice for remote learning.
  • Technology - The IT tools which actively support student wellbeing.
  • Lessons learned for post-lockdown: How to approach student wellbeing when students return to the classroom.