Welcome to the third of 3 CPD events entitled Faculty at Work. Kay describes a talk given on Principles of Brain-Compatible Learning and the Educational Implications from a session run by Prof J Jong at this year’s Seoul conference followed by a group balance for the participants attending the live session.

Live balance demonstration

 

Welcome to the second of 3 CPD events entitled Faculty at Work. Kay describes a talk given by Donghyuk Lee on the subject of uncertainty followed by a group balance for the participants attending the live session. More details can be found in the PDFs which can be found under the video. Session 3 will be recorded on the 13th November 2017.

Live balance demonstration

Downloads

Seoul Conference presentation background on Uncertainty – Donghyuk Lee

Balancing for dealing with uncertainty

Welcome to the first of three CPD events entitled Faculty at Work. Enjoy the session and let us know how you get on with this different way of facilitating a 7 Dimensions balance. Completing this first session is the equivalent to 1 hour of CPD.

Niki & Kay introduction to the recorded CPD session

Live balance demonstration

CPD download – Background information on balance shown in video

Goal & Gathering Wheel>

Balance feedback

Kay reports back on the Seoul conference

Kay introduces two items from the Seoul conference

Karate demonstration from Seoul”

Dancing in Seoul

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Paul Dennison discussing young learner’s needs.

Gail Dennison talking about cross lateral movement.

Paul Dennison writing about working with a young client.

Paul Dennison writing about working with a young client.

Gail Dennison talking about movement based teaching.

Check out Paul’s thoughts about the right/left brain debate stimulated by Iain McGilchrist’s book “The Master and his Emissary” and the RSA Animate video based on it.