Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Ep 33 - Robyne Hanley-Dafoe: "If you are not on the right path, move your feet"

Robyne Hanley-Dafoe

Robyne Hanley-Dafoe  is an award winning psychology instructor at Trent University. As well as teaching at Trent, she is also the educational developer for the Centre for Teaching and Learning at the University. Robyne’s interests focus on health and wellness for learning including topics such as resiliency, optimal challenge, and self-identity. She resides in Peterborough, Ontario with her husband and three children.

Listen in to what Robyne has to say about her TEDx talk, resiliency and failure, strategies to help young people become resilient (error detection), family, her experience as a young student, her near death experience - a huge turning point in her life, the dark place of hopelessness, what generally motivates and inspires her, being susceptible to what people think about her, retirement, importance of students recognizing and verbalizing what they value, and what she would say to someone to help them find motivation/inspiration.  

You can listen to the Podcast here.

Robyne's TEDx talk on Prediction and Resiliency:

Trent University Centre for Teaching and Learning:

You can connect with Robyne on Twitter (@RHanleyDafoe) and at her website.

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