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The global teaching profession faces huge challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has resulted in changes to the very nature of teaching and how we view the role of teachers. We need long-term solutions for the profession to enable children and young people to continue to receive world-class education. This future must be shaped by the teaching profession. The Chartered College is Teaching will be supporting this conversation with the #FutureOfTeaching, bringing together teachers from across the world to drive the change we need to benefit children and young people.
Join Professor Barry Carpenter CBE OBE PhD and Professor Dame Alison Peacock DBE DL Dlitt in this webinar where we will explore A Recovery Curriculum. In this presentation you will be able to consider:
- the emotional impact of the pandemic on children
- the ‘ loss’ experienced and how we might rebuild emotional resilience in children
- the aims and purpose of a Recovery Curriculum
- the process of re engaging the disengaged
- the well being of staff in the process of re building our school communities
About the speakers:
Barry Carpenter has a career spanning over 40 years. His appointments include Professor of Mental Health in Education to Oxford Brookes University, education-orientated directorships, and Honorary Professorships at universities in Ireland, Germany and Australia, as well as Head Teacher and Principal. He has been a Fellow of the University of Oxford, and speaks and publishes internationally on special needs issues including Autism and girls and Engaging learners with complex needs.
Interested in content on this theme?
- "Catch-up" and recovery approaches: Selected reading
- The impact of school closures: Selected reading
- Event date
- July 14, 2020
- Event time
- 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
- Event location
- Event organiser
- Chartered College of Teaching