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Teacher resilience and well-being

Build resilience and improve your professional well-being.

This half day session will encourage you to think about the challenges which you and other educators currently face. You will examine Australian and international research about teacher resilience and apply these findings to situations within your own classroom, using a range of supportive resources.

By sharing your ideas and experiences with colleagues in a friendly, relaxed environment, you will develop useful strategies which you can begin implementing straight away.


What will you learn through this workshop?

  • Learn about strategies used by resilient educators.
  • Identify your personal and contextual challenges.
  • Start using a range of valuable resources.

You will receive a signed certificate that can be used as evidence of your professional learning.

Register for this session

Teacher resilience and well-being
Presented by Dr Susan Beltman

Date: Saturday 29 April 2017

Time: 9am – 12pm

Venue: Building 501, Curtin University, Kent Street, Bentley

Cost: $80.
Morning tea will be provided.

susan beltman

About your presenter

Dr Susan Beltman currently lectures in the area of Educational Psychology and Inclusive Education and is interested in all ages from infant to adult. Her previous career was as a school psychologist in government and non-government schools in Western Australia and Queensland.

Sue’s current areas of research focus on teacher resilience and wellbeing and include two domestic projects: Keeping Cool and BRiTE (Building Resilience in Teacher Education), as well as an international project ENTREE (ENhancing Teacher REsilience in Europe).

She has presented workshops on teacher resilience for:

  • Child Australia
  • the Cockburn-Fremantle Education Network
  • the EU RESCUR project in Crete