iN-Ed Training was developed by Rita Princi-Hubbard, Director in 2018 and was Trademarked on 23 May 2022. Affective Neuroscience Teacher Training modules have been reviewed as part of Rita's PhD research with the University of Queensland. The focus of the research has explored The Student and Teacher Relationship: Exploring Behavioural and Neuroscience Variables that impact upon Student and Teacher Wellbeing. These modules are now available for school presentations either via webinar or in-person in a group setting.
iN-Ed Training was developed for leadership and teachers of all levels of education.
iN-Ed Training can be adapted for psychologists, allied health, medical and corporate domains following a Neuroscience based foundation and Compassion Focused approach. iN-Ed Training can be delivered via webinar, or in person, in group settings in a workshop or seminar offering practical strategies to improve wellbeing.
Affective Neuroscience Teacher Training Modules
Affective Neuroscience Teacher Training focuses on teacher well-being and student well-being. the modules have been reviewed in Rita's current PhD research to be completed in 2023.
The training modules follow a scientific and practical overview of development of the young brain to adolescence and presents practical strategies from a neuroscience and compassion focused perspective to promote both teacher and student well-being
NEW PARADIGM OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
Explores the link between neuroscience, psychological and educational research.
Neuroscience principles provide the foundation upon which to understand Psychological theories which are then implemented in the Educational environment.
NEUROSCIENCE PRINCIPLES AND A COMPASSION FOCUSED APPROACH
Explores brain structures and social emotional systems important for learning. A Compassion Focused Approach is founded in neuroscience principles to explain and understand stress, development and attachment, presents ways to calm and re-connect the brain in order to achieve maximum teacher well-being and student well-being.
BRAIN DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING
Explores the developing brain and learning processes. Neuroscience principles highlight the importance of the environment for healthy development as well as the role of genetics to improve wellbeing.
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING AND THE BRAIN
Social-emotional learning comprises emotional regulation/awareness, social communication and collaboration skills. By identifying, defining and describing key areas of the brain responsible for social-emotional learning, we highlight the importance of relationships in the learning environment.
NEUROSCIENCE PRINCIPLES OF ATTACHMENT AND CONNECTING
Explores the brain based understanding of attachment, connecting and engaging for students and teachers. Facilitation of strategies for early childhood educators and teachers helps create healthy connections and secure attachments.
THE IMPACT OF TRAUMA ON THE DEVELOPING BRAIN AND LEARNING
From pathologizing “What’s wrong with this child?” to understanding “What’s happening?”
From focusing only on the cognitive perspective to the impact of trauma on the child's emotional development, and how differences in brain and body systems can remain for life.
TEACHER SELF-CARE, WELLBEING AND RESILIENCE
Focuses on identifying stress, defining and describing key areas of self-care and methods to manage personally and professionally with use of Compassion Focused Therapy based strategies.
PRACTICAL STRATEGIES AND QUESTIONS
Provides the opportunity for classroom implementation and discussion of the information and knowledge gained from Modules 1 to 7 following neuroscience principles and psychological theories in the educational setting.