Mastering Uncertainty

Engagement, well being and learning before, during and after Covid-19 with Professor Andy Hargreaves

Overview of the course

3 webinars over a week that will give you a complete guide on how to lead through the uncertainty.

The sessions will cover the following topics:

  • The impact of Covid-19 on engagement
  • The importance of well-being
  • Learning and achievement
Dates & Locations
  • 31 Aug 2020, 2 Sep 2020 and 4 Sep 2020, Times are TBA | Webinar

This course is made up of 3 webinars on the dates listed above. If you cant make one or two, don’t worry, they will all be recorded and made available to you.

Delegate Rate

$221.98 + VAT

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Delivered by

Andy Hargreaves

Andy is Professor in Education at Boston College and the University of Ottawa, and currently serves as an advisor to Nicola Sturgeon in Scotland. In 2014 he was ranked as one of the 10 most influential scholars on US education policy debate.

by Andy Hargreaves


Webinar 1: Engagement and Equity

  • The importance of engagement, with tools and indicators to use
  • The effect of Covid-19 on engagement around the world, what can we do?
  • The future of engagement and how we drive it

31st August 2020, Time TBA


Webinar 2: Well-being and Socioemotional Learning

  • A look into the origins and theories behind well-being and its relationship with achievement
  • How can we ensure well-being is not lost in schools lost during the fallout of the pandemic?
  • What will schools and classrooms look like in the future?

2nd September 2020, Time TBA


Webinar 3: Learning and Achievement

  • Transparency around teaching and learning with students and parents
  • How can technology drive deeper learning

4th September 2020, Time TBA


All of the webinars will be recorded and made available to you in case you cant make all of them.


This course is aimed all school and academy trust leaders

Additional information


31st August 2020





Presenter Andy Hargreaves
Key Stage

Primary, Secondary


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