Register your interest : Digital Badge: Using Evidence for School Wellbeing

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Are you interested in the using evidence to support and promote school wellbeing? If so, then read on.

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In partnership with the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, we are delighted to announce that T-REX will facilitate a Digital Badge course on Using Evidence for School Wellbeing in a fully online format starting on November 15th. This course was developed by T-REX in collaboration with the Teaching Council, the NCCA and practising teachers. Places will be given on a first come first served basis so act fast to secure your place.

The course will run for 10 weeks from November 15th to February 5th with a break during the Christmas period. The course will provide participants with a strong introduction to using evidence from research to inform and support school practice in the area of wellbeing. It will support participants in developing an evidence-informed action plan for wellbeing in their school/classroom. The course involves approximately 25 hours over the 10 week period, averaging 2.5 hours per week.

This free iteration of the course is particularly aimed at teachers (primary & post-primary) or groups of teachers who are interested in leading the way in terms of school wellbeing.

Please note that this is a pilot implementation of the T-REX Using Evidence for School Wellbeing Digital Badge. We are inviting participants to engage as co-collaborators on the development of this course and will incorporate participant feedback in future iterations of the course.


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Teachers’ Research Exchange (T-REX) is an online social network for educational researchers in Ireland. 

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