Relationships Part 2: Why Relationships Matter with Andrew Fuller

Relationships Part 2: Why Relationships Matter with Andrew Fuller

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Lesson Summary

Join clinical psychologist and family therapist Andrew Fuller in an exploration of the importance of building positive and quality relationships in this 2-part course. Derived from discussion and research that Andrew has compiled, you’ll explore relationships as the foundations of wellbeing, successful learning, and fulfilling lives, delving into the strategies for building positive relationships and insights essential for fostering strong connections in both educational and personal settings. In Part 2, you will explore how the values of the Relationship Quotient can be built upon to create and maintain effective relationships with students, colleagues, parents and ourselves.

Other courses with Andrew Fuller:
Relationships Part 1: Building Relationships with Andrew Fuller
Brain-Based Learning Strategies With Andrew Fuller
From Neurodiversity to Neuro-advantage with Andrew Fuller: Part 1
From Neurodiversity to Neuro-advantage with Andrew Fuller: Part 2

Video transcript

H: Hi, I'm Helen Masters, an education specialist here at cool.org.

A: Hi, I'm Andrew Fuller. I'm a clinical psychologist and a family therapist.

H: And today we're talking all things neurodiversity, neuroscience, relationships, behaviour management, and we're answering your burning questions that you've had about how we can be the most effective educators in our classroom. Go check them out!

You will learn:

  • how the breakdown of relationships leads to bullying and strategies to address this
  • ways in which the values of the Relationship quotient can assist you in building positive relationships with students, colleagues, parents/carers and yourself
  • the impact of positive relationships and how relationships can build an effective schoolwide culture.

Course time:

About 30 to 45 minutes - perfect for after work or during a spare period. You will have ongoing access via your user dashboard.

Accreditation:

This course is mapped to the Professional Standards for Teachers.

  • 3.7 Engage parents/carers in the educative process
  • 4.1 Support student participation
  • 7.3 Engage with the parents/carers
  • 7.4 Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities
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Relationships Part 2: How to Build Effective and Positive Relationships with Andrew Fuller

Relationships Part 2: How to Build Effective and Positive Relationships with Andrew Fuller

01.
Introduction
02.
Why is building effective relationships important?
03.
How does the breakdown of relationships lead to bullying?
04.
How to build effective relationships with parents and carers
05.
How to build effective relationships with colleagues
06.
How to build an effective relationship with yourself
07.
How to use relationships to build an effective school culture
08.
What is the impact of effective relationships?
09.
Reflection
10.
Congratulations

Course Writers

Andrew Fuller is a clinical psychologist and family therapist. He has worked in many schools and communities in Australia and internationally, specialising in the wellbeing of young people and their families. He is a fellow of the Department of Psychiatry and the Department of Learning and Educational Development at the University of Melbourne. Andrew is the author of Tricky Kids, Guerilla Tactics for Teachers, Help Your Child Succeed at School, Raising Real People, From Surviving to Thriving, Work Smarter Not Harder and Beating Bullies and has co-authored a series of programs for the promotion of emotional resilience and intelligence used in over 3500 schools in Britain and Australia called The Heart Masters. 

Andrew has established programs for the promotion of mental health in schools, substance abuse prevention, and the reduction of violence and bullying, suicide prevention programs and for assisting homeless young people. Andrew continues to counsel young people, and he also conducts workshops for organisations, parents, students, teachers and health professionals on a wide range of topics.

Helen started as a primary school teacher in Brisbane, but her education career has led her overseas, underground, through forests and along beaches. Helen has taught in a wide range of classrooms, from bush-kinders to university lecture halls, virtual classrooms, penguin-filled beaches, snowy mountain tops, the decks of boats, 300m underground while hanging from a rope, and the scariest place of all, the standard Australian year 9 classroom.

Currently, Helen is applying her 22 years of educational experience as Education Manager at Cool.org. Here, she gets to do what she loves best - bringing the real world into the classroom. By working with sustainability industry organisations, she creates teaching resources that share the enthusiasm, passion, and knowledge of experts with schools. Students get to apply knowledge and skills to real-world situations, teachers get ready-made, easy-to-use resources, and everyone gets to work together towards a brighter, more sustainable future. Win-win!

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I log this PD with my State's teaching authority?

Yes! Our courses are mapped to the Australian Professional Teacher Standards (AITSL), and your completion can be logged as elective PD hours with your state's teaching regulatory authority. To do this, grab your certificate of completion from your personal dashboard once the course is complete.

  • 3.7 Engage parents/carers in the educative process
  • 4.1 Support student participation
  • 7.3 Engage with the parents/carers
  • 7.4 Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities

How long will this take to complete?

About 30 to 45 minutes - perfect for after work or during a spare period. You will have ongoing access via your user dashboard.

Will I get proof of completion?

You will get a Cool.org certificate when you finish to prove that you have completed this course. You can access this certificate (and your course progress!) anytime via your personal dashboard.

Is this course accredited?

This course is mapped to the Professional Standards for Teachers.

  • 3.7 Engage parents/carers in the educative process
  • 4.1 Support student participation
  • 7.3 Engage with the parents/carers
  • 7.4 Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities

This course is not currently accredited in the ACT (TQI) or NSW (NESA). However, it can be counted towards teacher identified learning hours (ACT) or NESA PD elective hours(NSW).

Who are the instructors?

This course is designed by Cool.org's team of education specialists, in consultation with teachers, principals, psychologists, counsellors, and scientists.

Our team continually reviews and refines our resources to align with changes to the Australian Curriculum and best educational practice, so you can be sure your learning is at the cutting edge of education theory.

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