Relationships Education for Students with Autism
In this webinar, Dr Emma Goodall will explore strategies for teaching students with autism about relationships and topics related to personal development. She will also be taking us through her expertly crafted lesson plans on these topics, suitable for primary and secondary contexts.
Dr Goodall is the manager of content and research at Positive Partnerships and executive committee member of the Australian Society for Autism Research. She is also the author of 'Autism Spectrum Guide to Sexuality and Relationships'.
Thu, Oct 14, 2021 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM AEDT
Student wellbeing and career resilience in a rapidly changing world
Our friends at myFuture have hosted two webinars which explore the potential impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on student emotional and psychological wellbeing which, may create obstacles for students facing complex career decisions and transitions.
These webinars are presented by Dr Lyn O'Grady who has previously delivered a webinar for the Student Wellbeing Hub and is the author of our online courses Building Student Resilience and Principal and Teacher Wellbeing.
Addressing masculinities as part of a whole-of-school approach to respectful relationships education
Dr Shane Tas from Our Watch discusses strategies and actions to actively challenge dominant forms and patterns of masculinity that are associated with higher rates of violence against women in our society, and to engage men and boys in positive change within the school community.
Unpacking the Man Box
Create calmer and more connected classrooms
Paul Zappa and Jianyun Tao from The Men's Project at Jesuit Social Services unpack their research on the Man Box. You'll gain insights into the social pressures placed on boys and men to adhere to outdated masculinity stereotypes and the impact this can have on their wellbeing.
A celebration of culture and respect
Young people from refugee backgrounds show leadership in preventing family violence
Challenges and opportunities for preservice teachers in 2020
Being a preservice teacher in 2020 is unlike anything anyone has ever experienced.
Nicole Brownlie is a lecturer at the University of Southern Queensland. Join her as she explores the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic brings and also look at some of the incredible opportunities it offers.
Building hope and resilience during extraordinary times of change
This webinar looks at the likely impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on school communities and explore what research suggests will be helpful for school staff in adjusting to school life during and beyond the current pandemic.
Join community psychologist Dr Lyn O’Grady as she encourages school staff to reflect on their current experiences and develop a personal wellbeing plan that will be supportive and adaptable as change continues to occur.
Mindfulness Meditation – Cultivating Presence, Awareness and Connection
In this webinar you’ll discover what Mindfulness is all about, including modes of being, aspects of the mind, styles and methods of practice, as well as experiencing the practice of mindfulness meditation.
Nicole Lee is internationally certified in both Modern and Classical styles of Qigong. She is also trained in meditation and mindfulness and holds a Bachelors Degree in Complementary Medicine.
Trauma-informed Practice for Challenging Behaviours
The Student Wellbeing Hub's webinar focused on how an understanding of trauma can help inform strategies and approaches to support student learning and wellbeing by Rebecca Harris from Carlton Primary School in Victoria.
Check out more of Rebecca's work through her website: www.traumainformedpractice.com.au