Expanding emotional intelligence in a learning setting

Dr Rich Allen
Leading authority on the brain learns in the classroom
At a time when students and colleagues have never been more stressed, learn how to have more emotionally intelligent, compassionate, and helpful conversations.
Target Audience
Teachers and principals seeking a proven framework for having meaningful and truly empathetic conversations when students and colleagues present with an issue.
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Learning Areas

General Description

In these uncertain times, it’s even more important for teachers to ensure every interaction with our students is positive. Every time a student comes to us with an issue is a test. If we pass that test, trust builds. If we don’t, students will disengage from us and from all classroom activities. To create a safe and supportive learning environment, teachers must know how to spot when students are asking for our help – and make sure we respond in the best way possible.
When we realise students have an issue (big or small), many of us inadvertently miss the opportunity to be truly supportive of their needs. Our intentions are good, yet sometimes we fail to spot that students are asking for help – and the moment passes.
In this insightful session, Dr Allen offers a framework and strategies to help you avoid falling into these traps. You’ll learn how to recognise when you need to have a deeper conversation and understand how to have more emotionally intelligent, compassionate, and helpful interactions with your students, supporting participation and engagement in the classroom.

Audience

Teachers and principals seeking a proven framework for having meaningful and truly empathetic conversations when students and colleagues present with an issue.

Available Delivery Formats

Format Description

24/7 course access


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Teaching Standards
4.1.2 Proficient Level – Support student participation

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This course may contribute towards Elective PD hours. Visit NESA website for more details.


This course contributes to 1.5 professional development hours.

Occurrences

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Sessions

Expanding emotional intelligence in a learning setting

1 hour and 30 minutes

In these uncertain times, it’s even more important for teachers to ensure every interaction with our students is positive. Every time a student comes to us with an issue is a test. If we pass that test, trust builds. If we don’t, students will disengage from us and from all classroom activities. To create a safe and supportive learning environment, teachers must know how to spot when students are asking for our help – and make sure we respond in the best way possible. When we realise students have an issue (big or small), many of us inadvertently miss the opportunity to be truly supportive of their needs. Our intentions are good, yet sometimes we fail to spot that students are asking for help – and the moment passes.

In this insightful session, Dr Allen offers a framework and strategies to help you avoid falling into these traps. You’ll learn how to recognise when you need to have a deeper conversation and understand how to have more emotionally intelligent, compassionate, and helpful interactions with your students, supporting participation and engagement in the classroom.

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About the team


Dr Rich Allen

Creator

Dr. Rich Allen is a highly regarded educator and master trainer, with a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology. His cognitive learning theory research, which provided understanding on how the brain receives, processes, stores, and recalls information, forms the basis for his radical approach to teaching, presenting and facilitating.

In 25 years of taking his ideas around the world, he has changed the lives of tens thousands of educators and executives, by giving them practical new presentation and teaching techniques that massively increase personal effectiveness.

A former high school math and drama teacher, Rich was a Director and Lead Facilitator for SuperCamp, a 10-day accelerated learning program for teens, before focusing on teaching brain-based learning strategies to adults. He is the author of a number of best-selling education books including: Impact Teaching and Green Light Classrooms.