Wellbeing Webinar series with Graham Watts
Join us on 5 consecutive Tuesday mornings 7.15-8am June 2/9/16/23/30
This series of professional learning webinars are designed for educators who are interested in discovering more about their minds, emotions and thoughts and want to learn strategies to improve their overall wellbeing. The central objective of this course is to introduce the science of mindfulness, the study of positive psychology, strategies, and mindful practices that will help promote positive states of mind such as gratitude, kindness and compassion.Each session will prioritise dialogue, mindfulness practices, and discussion on bringing mindfulness into our everyday lives.
CREATING AND LEADING A CULTURE OF CARE (2 ONLINE ZOOM SESSIONS)
(2 ONLINE ZOOM sessions with actions to complete in between the days)
How to strategically lead a wellbeing review in your kura/workplace using a triangulated approach that includes all major stakeholders, provides space for dialogue and is aligned with your school values.
ADOLESCENCE: THE NEUROSCIENCE OF THIS INCREDIBLE TRANSITION TIME
Understanding Adolescence/Understanding Ourselves
The neuroscience of the stress response, Red Brain/Green Brain activation
Why our adolescents live more in their Red Brain, hence being more emotional/moody/withdrawn
The three stages of adolescence
Specific changes that occur during adolescence, and their behavioural impacts
GLOBAL THINKING, GLOBAL IDEAS – FREE WEBINAR Tony Ryan (Australia)
Friends of Learning Network NZ, we have international educators sharing ideas and strategies to enhance your teaching practice. Join us for a 30 min webinar session to provoke your thinking, offer insights and provide some practical strategies to get you started.
Tony Ryan: The Wellness Revolution
THE WELLNESS REVOLUTION IN EDUCATION
To be a 21st century educator can be inspiring, rewarding and personally fulfilling. Unfortunately, given the onerous weight of professional responsibilities today, it also can be overwhelming and time-consuming, and can drain your motivation for life in general. In such an environment, it can become difficult to find a balance between your professional work and your outside life.