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School Staff Development 2.0-How Adult Psychology Enhances Ourselves & Our...

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University of Gloucestershire, Francis Close Hall Campus

Swindon Road

Cheltenham

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We would like to welcome individuals working in schools across Gloucestershire and the South West (Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Oxfordshire, Bristol and Somerset) to this free engagement session ran by the School of Education and Humanities, University of Gloucestershire. Places are open to all school staff (Headteacher, Senior Teacher or Early Career).

Schools are complex places to work. They can place huge demands on teachers and leaders alike. Yet, it can be argued that traditional training doesn’t do enough to support individuals to handle these fantastic, yet demanding roles, and environments.

Neil Gilbride (Lecturer in Education, University of Gloucestershire) will guide you through looking at how adult development psychology can offer us new, exciting and refreshing insights into how we develop our staff so they can thrive in their complex, demanding roles.

In this session, we will use ideas from Adult Developmental Psychology to

* Explain why our working lives are far more complex then we give credit for.

* Truly understand the demands that our jobs and contexts place on us and how this affects behaviour

* Reflect on how we develop people to rise to the challenges of the work place

* To develop new, previously untapped ways to develop ourselves and our staff


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