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Working with Parents and Families

Date: 7 Oct 2020


Workshop emphasize on how to maximise constructive conversations with Parents/
families for those working in educational settings.

Learning Outcomes

• To consider how parents may think about their role and the impact this has on their interactions
with schools

• To appreciate the range of both experiences and emotions that families bring with them in relation
to their child’s learning and behaviour

• To explore how schools might establish positive relationships with families from the outset and
ways in which these might be maintained

• To think through how to best address concerns with parents when difficulties arise

• What it means to ‘co construct’ the child rather than competing for a different view

• How to best manage parent meetings

• How to de escalate potential aggression


Dr Sue Roffey has been a teacher, educational psychologist and academic She is currently an honorary Associate Professor at Exeter, University College and Western Sydney Universities and Director of Growing Great Schools Worldwide She is a respected authority on school and student wellbeing, in particular behaviour relationships, school belonging, social and emotional learning and teacher wellbeing.

Sue is a prolific author, her most recent books being The Primary and Secondary Behaviour Cookbooks and the 3 rd edition of Circle Solutions for Student Wellbeing She is in demand as a speaker and provider of professional training for teachers, working in 2020 in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, China, Singapore and Iceland

Duration: Singapore Time

Venue: Online

Website: Go to event website

Contact: Email Organizer

Brochure: Download

Normal Price: $150.00
Early Bird Price: $110.00 (Ends on 18 Sept)
Group discount 5% for 3 or more pax

Language: English

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*Psychology Matters Asia is not the organizer of the posted event. If you have any enquires, please direct them to the contact in the information.

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