Jenny has enjoyed working with Maya Menon and colleagues at The Teacher Foundation, Bangalore, India over a period of many years. This has involved several trips as an International School Conference Presenter, consultations and working in individual schools. The Teacher Foundation uses Jenny’s Golden Model in areas of their important work with schools in India.
So when Jenny heard that The Teacher Foundation was holding a conference this year it was an easy decision to make to agree to present at the conference. The conference has a fantastic promotional video – you can see it below.
This promises to be such a great conference, essential to schools. As well as working with individual schools during her time in India this summer, Jenny will be providing a keynote address on the Whole School Quality Circle Time model which focuses upon mental health and wellbeing in schools, positive behaviour for learning, developing social and emotional competencies and encouraging active enjoyable lunchtimes and playtimes.
Here is an outline of what will be covered during the three days of the educational conference.
Day 1 CARING TO LEARN – LEARNING TO CARE
The first day of the conference explores why the larger ideas of empathy, tolerance, care, humaneness is so vital for schools to purposefully engage with today. Opening key note address by Prof. Roger Weissberg, Professor of Psychology, University of Illinois and CEO and President of CASEL (Collaborative of Academic, Social and Emotional Learning)
Day 2 EDUCATING THE HEAD – NOURISHING THE HEART
The second day focuses on practical ways to foster these ideas in Indian schools. The Keynote address of the day will be by Jenny Mosley, Creator of the Whole School Ecosystemic Model of Quality Circle Time, UK and powerful plenary sessions by Manish Sabharwal, Chairman and Co-founder of TeamLease & Chintan Modi, writer, educator and Peace-builder.
The third and final day of the conference again shares meaningful ways to reduce curriculum overload while deepening learning experiences. Student voice will be an important aspect of this day – beginning with a thought-provoking panel discussion with school students. The closing keynote address by Ali Pretty, carnival designer and artistic director of Kinetika, UK and local school students.
To find out more:
To find out more about this conference, please go to the special conference section on The Teacher Foundation.
To find out more about Jenny Mosley as an International School Conference Presenter, please phone 01225 767157 or email email@example.com
Website Editor’s Notes
1. Jenny Mosley delivers keynote speeches, seminars and workshops at conferences and training events including headteachers’ conferences in the UK. Jenny is also an International School Conference Presenter and has worked in many different countries. For further information about Jenny’s work and availability please phone 01225 767157, email firstname.lastname@example.org or see our training section and international training section on the website.
2. For all enquiries about INSET Closure Days and Working in School Days for positive behaviour, social and emotional skills development, staff well-being, circle time and lunchtimes and playtimes in mainstream, special schools and early years settings click here or phone 01225 767157. Jenny Mosley’s training, consultancy and conferences are for teachers, teaching assistants, headteachers, midday supervisors and everyone who works with children in schools and settings to promote positive lunchtimes and playtimes, SEAL, SMSC, PSHE, citizenship and British Values. Read more about Jenny Mosley’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Training.
3. ‘How to Create Calm Dining Halls’ has quickly become one of Jenny’s best selling books ever. This book has many initiatives, audits, photographs and ideas for the dining hall such as those mentioned in the article. If you are interested in school dining hall improvement, you may like to see our dining hall articles in Headteacher Update and the TES.