Jo Billington Webinar | Supporting Stressed and Anxious Learners in the Classroom - adaptations for these uncertain times
Following her well-received talks for the TSSW Mental Well-Being Conference at the end of last term, we are delighted that Jo Billington is joining us again to lead a webinar series in response to the easing of some of the Government’s Covid-19 lockdown measures.
Monday 7 December 2020 | 1530 – 1630 | Microsoft Teams | First of a series - more information to follow
To explore the impact of stress and anxiety on children and young people's learning during the upheaval of the current climate.
To suggest practical strategies for school leaders, teachers and teaching/classroom assistants to adapt in the classroom to support anxious learners.
As part of the webinar Jo, will include some academic content and evidence; as well as providing a toolkit of strategies that can be developed and adapted to use in individual schools.
Cost: SWTSA Members FREE | TSSW Members £20| Other Colleagues £25
Jo Billington is a Doctoral Researcher at the University of Reading and an Associate Lecturer in SEN and Inclusion in the School of Education at Oxford Brookes University.
Her teaching and research centres on the lived experiences of autistic students in mainstream schools with a specific focus on well-being.
In addition to her academic work, Jo is a mental health trainer for the Charlie Waller Trust, where she works directly with school staff, parent/carers and students to promote good mental health in learners with and without SEND.
This event is organised by our partner Teaching School Alliance, SWTSA.