Rising from rejection: How educators can build school belonging in students

Event Details

This is a past event.
Topic
Rising from rejection: How educators can build school belonging in students
Date:
Time:
8:00pm – 9:30pm (Melbourne time zone)
Venue:
Online live stream only
Cost:
Free

Description

The Program for International Student Assessment reports that 1 in 3 students don't feel like they belong in their school. In the lead up to World Mental Health Day, Professor Kip Williams will present the negative psychological effects of rejection and ostracism in schools. He will reveal some key findings on what rejection can lead to and what happens to an individual once they are excluded.

This presentation will be followed by an esteemed panel of experts as they explore strategies that build a sense of belonging in students.

All registrations will be given access (in your reminder email) to the screening of 'Reject: A documentary film' on Vimeo between 29 September and 6 October to view prior to attending this event.

Can't attend the event? Register to watch it online via live streaming.

Presenters

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Distinguished Professor Kip Williams
Purdue University
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Professor Kathryn Riley
University College London
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Clinical Associate Professor Mohammed Elmeski
Arizona State University
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Ruth Thomas Suh
Film Maker, 'Reject' documentary

Event Schedule

8:00pm
Lecture commences online
9:15pm
Questions from audience
9:30pm
Event concludes

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