This two day workshop is an opportunity to find out about educational transactional analysis (EdTA). You may already have been involved in TA training, or be engaged in education generally. EdTA combines a useful educational psychology with a distinctive pedagogy. Whilst many TA practitioners work toward transformation with their clients through clinical application, EdTA practitioners focus on the teaching and learning process to create the conditions for change.
The weekend course will include taught material covering ideas about education, different perspectives on teaching and learning practice, within a TA frame of reference. The format will also involve experiential activities drawingon personal experience of being schooled, learning from educators and being an educator. The aim of the workshop is to provide an introduction to what it means to be an educational transactional analyst as well as reconnecting with what it means for us to be learners and educators.
Who is it for: Anybody interested in teaching and learning. The workshop will be particularly relevant for school teachers, adult trainers and informal educators.
Tutor: Giles Barrow is a teaching and supervising transactional analyst in the field of education. He is also a qualified teacher and has had experience in both mainstream and specialist schools. Giles spent much of his career establishing local authority support services for schools. He now works with a range of different professional and community groups involved in education. In addition to this direct work Giles also trains and supervises educational TA practitioners. When he gets the time he enjoys writing about theory and practice and has authored and edited a range of publications on TA, education, educational leadership, teaching and learning
A Link Centre CPD certificate will be presented at the end of the workshop.
Cancellation Policy: 50% refund will be given on cancellations with more than 7 days’ notice.
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