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Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): educational interventions

ESSS Outline

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): educational interventions
This summary explores the evidence around Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), their impact on educational outcomes and what interventions may be effective in supporting young people with ACEs in educational contexts. It draws on evidence from social care, health and education to provide background information and identify examples interventions with identifiable outcomes for young people, and examples of good practice around ACEs- and trauma-informed approaches that may be relevant in Scotland. It also identifies some key limitations of the evidence around ACEs and the application of the concept in the educational context.

Distributed leadership in early years and childcare

ESSS Outline

Distributed leadership in early years and childcare
This Outline explores distributed approaches to leadership in the context of childcare and early years settings. It provides some background to Scottish policy priorities and principles of leadership and distributed approaches.

Seeking workshop contributions

You are invited to provide a workshop contribution to a national conference to share and promote best practice in service user and carer involvement in professional education.

The conference will be held on 26 April 2017 at the University of Stirling and bring together service users and carers, students, educators, professionals and policy-makers. It will be relevant to social work, health, education and other areas of professional education, at qualifying and post-qualifying levels.

Workshops should:

Values into Action Scotland

Iriss.fm, episode 129

Michael McEwan talks to David Ross about how his work as a Quality Checker helps people bring more choice and control into their lives.

Go4IT Digital Inclusion Service

Iriss.fm, episode 112

Interviews with staff and participants at Go4IT, a digital inclusion service for adults with disabilities who are supported by Quarriers.

Knowledge into practice

Iriss.fm, episode 92

Michael McEwan talks to Dr Ann Wales about translating knowledge into practice.

Personal learning networks introduction - Alison Petch

Personal learning networks

Alison Petch, former Iriss Director introduces a new animation from NES and Iriss which dispels some of the myths about social media, showing how easy it is try things out and decide what works for for the individual.

Building your personal learning network

People who can seek new information, make sense of it, and share it with their colleagues will be an asset to any work team

A network of people
In today’s workplace we learn with and from one another. This is called social learning. Popular social media, such as Twitter and LinkedIn, offer great opportunities for connecting, conversing, collaborating... and learning from one another…