Since leaving full-time teaching to join Independent Thinking as an Associate Director, Nina has worked across the UK and as far afield as Ghana, Chile and the Middle East covering school improvement areas including teaching and learning, motivation, special needs (or ‘learning differences’ as she calls it), learning technologies and emotional well-being and mental health for both children and adults. In her first book she shared her research on how music can improve learning and motivation in the classroom and her latest book, Of Teaching, Learning and Sherbet Lemons: A compendium of careful advice for teachers, is due out later this year.
Feedback from recent events include:
"I just had to message you to thank you for THE best Inset I have ever attended! I was extremely moved by your story and totally captivated by your enthusiasm and motivation (especially your wonderful sense of humour) and only wish we had had a longer session with you! This morning has given me food for thought, not just on a professional level but also on a personal level and I am truly grateful to have been able to benefit from your huge knowledge and experience! I do hope we may see you again in the not too distant future? "
"Nina was amazing, and really inspired the teachers in the room, in a fun, exciting and practical way"
"I just want to thank you for recommending Nina Jackson to come and talk to us today at our EY Conference. Nina was amazing, and really inspired the teachers in the room, in a fun, exciting and practical way. We have had many positive texts and emails from teachers showing how much they enjoyed the session. Please pass on our thanks to Nina - she was just great!"
"The energy and pizzazz with which you made your presentation was mind blowing. From the early morning workout to ‘Slinky Learning and Teaching‘ you hardly stopped for breath"
"Absolutely amazing! This had totally transformed my mode of thinking. Truly inspirational"
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With Nina Jackson. Does what it says...
With Nina Jackson. How to support young people at the most difficult times of their lives.
For many schools, getting parents to the school for an event is something that is only beaten in difficulty by getting the right parents to school for an event. That said, the parents who do come to our Learning and Motivation for Parents Events always head home buzzing with ideas that are not only helpful in dealing with their children but also very relevant for their own careers and personal development.
Being a governor is an incredibly important task these days so we are delighted when we are asked to support them in their work in all sorts of schools around the country. Apart from ensuring the event is an entertaining and enjoyable one for all, especialy as it is so often on a rainy Saturday, we make sure our input is informative, relevant, up to date and guarantees all governors go back into their schools knowing what to look for, what to do and the rights sorts of questions to ask.