High Level Seminar
Summer Seminar 2017 – Deepen Your Understanding of Successful Learning
If we are to truly maximise learning for all children, then understanding how they learn is critical to effective practice, however we are often faced with a variety of competing psychological theories and explanations.
This summer, in a not to be missed, thought-provoking seminar, Dr. Ioanna Palaiologou will offer a broad understanding of the key psychological theories which attempt to explain how we develop as learners and the implications for the teaching of young children and ensuring successful outcomes.
Ioanna has worked as lecturer and researcher in higher education for the past twenty years and is a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society, with a specialism in child development and learning theories.
A regular contributor to national and international conferences and reviewer for many early childhood studies journals – Ioanna has published a number of research articles and books. Among her recent popular books are Early Years Foundation Stage: Theory and Practice, Child Observation: A Guide for Students in Early Childhood and Ethical Practice in Early Childhood all published by SAGE.
This is an ideal opportunity for those looking to review, refine and refresh whole school approaches to successful learning. It is also ideal for school inclusion teams seeking to develop their professional expertise. During the seminar, Dr. Ioanna Palaiologou will help delegates explore and identify problems in learning and the implications for teaching. Delegates will begin to discover the possible psychological reasons for such difficulties and solutions.
Don’t miss out – places are limited and get booked up fast!
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