Positive Education: Professor Toni Noble
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Expert Facilitator: Professor Toni Noble

toni noble photoToni Noble PhD is a leading teacher educator, educational psychologist, researcher, author, keynote speaker and global consultant with expertise in student wellbeing, effective teaching, positive school communities and positive psychology and education. She is Adjunct Professor in the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education at Australian Catholic University. She specialises in synthesising the science and research of positive and educational psychology into simple, practical tools for classroom practice. She is widely known in education as co-author of the multiple award winning BOUNCE BACK! Wellbeing & Resilience Program (now in its 3rd edition), The PROSPER School Pathways for Student Wellbeing. Policy & Practices, HITS & HOTS (High Impact Teaching Strategies & Higher Order Thinking Strategies) on student engagement, Eight Ways At Once on curriculum differentiation & other books.

Toni has worked with educators in the UK, USA, South Africa, Jordan, Greece, Bhutan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Cambodia, Italy, Denmark and Hungary. Her Australian Government projects include the National Safe Schools Framework, resourcing the Student Wellbeing Hub and the Scoping Study on Approaches to Student Wellbeing. She has a Australian Government citation for her outstanding contributions to University teaching; has been on the Advisory Board for the National Centre Against Bullying since its inception and on the International Expert Group to develop a new global development paradigm for the United Nations to promote wellbeing and happiness as a global goal.

What Participants Say...

  • Some good research discussed. I like Toni’s application of research to classroom practice.
  • As a new teacher it gave me a chance to gain new teaching strategies.
  • Good strategies developed.
  • Energetic and practiced strategies to enhance student wellbeing in the classroom.
  • The very informative and interactive nature of the workshop has helped us to see how strategies work.
  • Loads of useful teaching strategies that I can take back to the classroom. Fantastic to look at the whole student.
  • There are very useful teaching strategies for engagement.



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4 November 2019 Monday


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6 November 2019 Wednesday

Bounce Back!

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8 November 2019 Friday


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