Behaviour in lockdown and beyond…

by | Feb 16, 2021 | Behaviour, Homeschooling | 0 comments

Last month I got deep into conversation with Alix Robertson from The Centre for Education and Youth, a think and action tank on their podcast The Youth and Education Podcast.

In this conversation we explore:

  • The impact of the pandemic and lockdown on young people
  • Tackling learning challenges that teachers, parents, and children are facing
  • Behaviour issues and strategies to help manage them
  • Realistic expectation setting
  • Looking after our mental health and wellbeing
  • Learning from the present and looking forward to the future

Listen here, running time 1 hour approx.

 

 

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