Dr Helen Street: Improving our wellbeing by thriving interculturally and inclusively

In this online session, we will consider our own biases and prejudices and investigate how these influence our actions in an increasingly diverse world.


About the online event:

As school communities we are committed to all our members developing and enacting skills and dispositions that allow them to thrive in increasingly diverse and interconnected worlds. So how can we achieve this? What do we need to consider? What action can we take that will support our students, caregivers and staff?

Engage with Dr Helen Street as she investigates the importance of recognising and acknowledging our own bias and prejudice as a first step in our journey towards truly thriving emotionally, socially and academically.

About Dr Helen Street:

Dr Helen Street is an applied social psychologist who has a passion for education and improving the mental health of Australians, young and old.

Known as an agitator, she challenges the norms and the zeitgeist of our social world in hope of building a better future.

Helen Street’s work exploring the wellbeing, engagement and motivation of young people has been presented internationally. She presents at schools, colleges and educational events; and host of the Positive Schools Online vodcast ‘critical conversations’ as well as being the founder and creator of The Positive Schools Initiative, Positive Schools Online professional learning platform and Positive Schools conferences.

Helen’s 2018 book ‘Contextual Wellbeing – creating positive schools from the inside out’ has been internationally acclaimed and contributed to positive school reform around the world.

Who is this event for?

Educators, School Leaders, Teachers, Wellbeing Leaders

Teacher Professional Standards covered:

6.3 Engage with colleagues and improve practice

6.4 Apply professional learning and improve student learning

7.4 Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities


  •  November 17, 2020
     3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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