Running as part of the National Education Summit in Melbourne, the Teaching Adolescent Girls Conference on Saturday 2 September 2017 will attract a cross section of health professionals, specialist educators, academics & principals as they explore how teen girls can find success in today’s co-educational school environment and how schools can teach, build and promote resilience in students.
Success for Teen Girls in a Co-educational environment – Teaching and building resilience
“Young people may only be 17% of the population, but they are 100% of the future.” Dr Michael Carr-Gregg
Learn more about the impact of growing up in a digital age and how technology can infact assist in building resilience and wellbeing.
An impressive line-up of speakers and panelists will provide:
· key findings from resilience research, brain science, positive education and positive psychology;
· strategies to manage anxiety in teen girls and in turn build resilience;
· strategies to maximise effective use of technology in teaching and personal lives to create positive wellbeing for teens, their teachers and families;
· how positive frameworks are created for girls in a co-ed environment and what resources and support are given to girls and teaching staff at schools