Marie Delaney: Dealing with challenging learners

Watch a recording of this webinar about dealing with challenging learners.

About the webinar

What is a challenging learner? Why do some learners challenge us more than others? How can we understand challenging behaviour in a different way so that we can teach these learners better in the classroom? Recorded in 2011, this webinar addresses these questions and explains the effects of loss, trauma, violence and neglect on the brain, learning and behaviour.

About the speaker

Marie Delaney is Director of The Learning Harbour, Cork, Ireland. She is a teacher, trainer and Educational Psychotherapist with many years of experience of working with school management, staff and pupils around challenging behaviour.

Watch a recording of the webinar below

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Submitted by Alyona Malinka on Fri, 02/03/2012 - 18:06


Dear Rob, would you be so kind as to give more information about the registration for the webinar? Is it free of charge? How can one register? Thank you in advance.


Submitted by Rob Lewis (not verified) on Mon, 02/06/2012 - 11:37


Hi Alyona

I'll be opening registration either later today or tomorrow. Hope you can make it!

Best wishes


Submitted by kader287 on Fri, 02/10/2012 - 10:28


Dear Mr Rob,

I'll be very grateful if you register me in the list of participants in this important webinar. I hope I can benifit from it.

yours sincerely,


Submitted by dmatko31 on Tue, 02/14/2012 - 20:05


Unfortunately, I couldn't attend the seminar  What is a challenging lerner? to the end. Could you please

tell me when and where I can see itI Thank you!

Submitted by troja07 on Wed, 02/22/2012 - 16:35


I've visited the webinar on challenging learners. I'd like to know whether it is possible to get a certificate of attendance.

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