Wellbeing for Teaching Remotely

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Professional Developement

This workshop focuses on providing critical insights for maintaining wellbeing while teaching remotely through evidence-based teachable resilience skills. Academics will also learn the techniques to link well-being and teaching effectiveness to perform at their peak potential by improving their resilience in remote learning.


Alexandra Johnston joins the Centre as Associate Lecturer, co-coordinating the Tutoring in Higher Education program with Valerie Cotronei-Baird.  Alexandra is currently completing her PhD on academics’ experience of peer review of teaching in higher education.  She holds a number of qualifications, including a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology, Graduate Certificate degrees in Educational Research and University Teaching, and Bachelors degrees in Education and Fine Arts. Alexandra has extensive experience in a range of educational settings over 20 years, bringing both industry practice and academic research skills and knowledge to her work in higher education teaching.