Middlesex University Dubai has launched The Teacher Wellbeing Series, where a range of different subjects and topics are discussed alongside like-minded professionals. The series has been developed in response to today’s ever changing world, which has transformed the way we work and the way we live our lives.
The personal health and wellbeing of teachers should not be ignored and these sessions will provide you with tips aimed to ease you through this period. We will be prioritising mental health in schools and the wellbeing of staff during these challenging times as it remains essential.
Platform: Virtual Session (delivered via Zoom, upon registration the link will be shared)
If you have any specific queries related to the Teacher Wellbeing Series, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the Outreach Team will be in contact soon.
Managing Change in times of crises - Part 2
Date and Time: Monday, 19 April 2pm – 2.45pm
There have been crisis that school leaders, teachers and education administrators have been on the frontline to resolve – from the small daily crisis in the classroom to a massively disruptive global pandemic. In this session you will learn what to avoid in crisis management and how to manage change in the ever-changing world of education.
Dr Dawn England
School of Health and Education
Digital Privacy in a modern era - Part 3
Date and Time: Wednesday, 28 April 2pm – 2.45pm
With the rise of internet services, mobile applications, and digital technologies, it is becoming impossible to stay out of the digital world. However, with more use of these technologies, we are leaving more data traces in the online world without realizing that these data points could create several privacy issues. While organizations are hungry to collect data, in several instances, individuals can also be more aware, alert, and responsible to promote a relatively safer environment of digital access. This workshop will explore the participants to understand the data traces that we leave in the digital world and the measures that could be taken to promote a relatively safer and private environment to browse in.
Dr Krishnadas Nanath
School of Science and Technology