Please find attached details about our Resilience and Webinar series in collaboration with the iheart charity.
- 60 participants started the course, 54 completed.
- 4 week staff resilience and well-being programme consisting of staff taking part in 2 x 1.5hr hour sessions per week for 4 weeks.
- CLPL lead officer along with a data coach from Falkirk ensured rigorous analysis of the data produced during the course.
- Based on pre questionnaire, course was designed to support staff in a number of areas: stress, worry, anxiety, work life balance and return to work post Covid.
- During the course, short surveys were completed at the end of each week and used to develop the following sessions so that participant demands could be appropriately addressed – in line with improvement methodology principles.
- Particularly statistical significance with: ability to manage stress (+56%); ability to manage worry (+51%); ability to manage anxiety (+43%); ability to manage a return to workplace post CV-19 (+44%); and ability to manage work/life balance (+55%).
- Entirely webinar based approach.
Here is the fourth in our series of Algebra Tiles videos – Breaking Brackets.
Here is the third in our series of Algebra Tiles videos. This video continues on from the previous one, looking at the effective use of Algebra Tiles in solving equations.
Here is the second in our series of Algebra Tiles video tutorials – Expressions and Equations. The series is relevant for both primary and secondary colleagues who are interested in their use.
Here is the first in our series of progressive video tutorials on the use of Algebra Tiles.
Synopsis of Story
Perry the Penguin needs 9 clams to buy an ice scooter – but he’s not very good at saving. As Perry earns, spends, finds, loses, and borrows clams, a simple line graph demonstrates the concept of negative numbers
(suitable for P4/P5)