Professional Development for Teachers

Educational Psychology workshops are delivered to staff based on your specific needs. These workshops are focused on strengthening teachers’ competence and confidence in meeting their students’ unique needs as per best practice, based on current evidence.

Debbie Kenwright, educational psychologist
Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Social and Emotional Development – He Mapuna te Tamaiti
  • Dyslexia
  • ADHD
  • Autism
  • FASD
  • PB4L
  • Positive Behaviour Management
  • Restorative Practices
  • Trauma Informed Lens in classrooms
  • Caregivers’ self-care

Workshop Delivery Process

Following on from your initial enquiry:

  1. I will arrange a free 15 min consultation to better understand your goals and desired outcomes from providing your staff with this professional development.
  2. The date for the workshop will be confirmed once we received your deposit.
  3. I will create the workshop content.
  4. I will provide an overview of the content of the workshop to you to review and provide feedback.
  5. Based on your feedback, the workshop content will be finalised.
  6. You will be asked to provide a list of teachers you wish to register to attend this workshop.
  7. I will send a Zoom link directly to each person registered.
  8. We will meet on Zoom at the agreed time for approx. 1.5 hours (some presentations allow for Q&A – while others are collated before the session and responded to in-session.)
  9. Each participant will be asked to fill in a feedback form and consent to market their responses on social media platforms or this website.
  10. Participants can be provided with an ‘attendance certificate’ at your request.

Investment: 15 min free discovery consultation – with final costing TBC after this.

Guideline: Typically a Professional Learning and Development (PLD) workshop is 1.5 hours, delivered online for $550 +gst per session with up to 20 staff members (that’s less than $30 investment per staff member). True value for your money.

Email Debbie to discuss your requirements.