COVID-19 update for Bastow participants

Health and wellbeing

The staged return to on-site schooling may present challenges for students and school staff. The services, professional learning and resources offered here provide a range of evidence-based strategies to promote health and wellbeing and ensure students, teachers and school leaders thrive.

Behaviour Expectations for Remote Learning

Behaviour Expectations for Remote Learning provides advice and guidance on how to maintain continuity of learning by defining classroom behavioural expectations for remote curriculum delivery and online learning environments.

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Genos Webinars – Working Safely and Effectively from Home

The Department of Education and Training partnered with Genos International to deliver 3 webinars exploring how to successfully maintain psychological wellbeing and develop effective work practices while working remotely.

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Leading in Challenging Times

Explore how to successfully lead schools through the transition back to face-to-face teaching. Leading in Challenging Times is a series of 3 interactive webinars developed and delivered by expert practitioners from Genos International.

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Leading Wellbeing in Times of Crisis

Leading Wellbeing in Times of Crisis is a series of facilitated online forums that provide an opportunity to collaboratively explore various topics on health and wellbeing.

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Online Safety – Risk and Protective Factors

Online Safety – Risk and Protective Factors covers the latest online safety research, case studies and teaching strategies to help you integrate online safety into your teaching and student wellbeing programs.

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Principal Health and Wellbeing

This highly practical course enables you to identify your role in leading wellbeing within your school and community.

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Principal mentoring program

Timely support for principals from trusted peers with first-hand understanding of the challenges and rewards of the role.

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