Teacher Wellbeing: investing in self-care for a resilient future – Graham Watts
Package includes full day workshop Fri 29 Jan plus 3 x 60min webinars 3 March/7 April and 5 May
Teaching has never been as easy job and schools are not always oases of calm. In the current situation in which we find ourselves, there are many additional pressures and stressors we face as we strive to do our best for our students, as we support our colleagues and the wider community. But who cares about your wellbeing? Who is looking out for you when you are feeling overwhelmed and under pressure? It’s time for you to focus on your self-care and invest in your wellbeing
Leading Wellbeing for Educators in Schools – Practice Group (Graham Watts)
The online practice group meeting will be small in size to ensure all voices are heard. The maximum per group is 8 participants.
Package includes full day workshop Wed 3 Feb, plus 5×60 min online sessions 4 March / 8April / 6May /3 June/ 8 July
Leading wellbeing initiatives in schools, is rewarding but it can also be a challenge. To support the work and wellbeing of Wellbeing Leaders in schools, we offer an online Practice Group that meets for a full day at the start of the school year before moving to online monthly meetings. The focus of this group is the implementation of sustainable wellbeing programmes in school, effective baseline data collection methods, monitoring and evaluation approaches and strategies to create a culture of wellbeing in a school.
Complex Behaviour : Simple Interventions…for the classroom
A one-day workshop unpacking the neuroscience around complex behaviour.
Across Aotearoa, there are a growing number of children who display increasingly complex behaviours. This can get overwhelming for those working in any profession where there is interaction with children and youth. Within schools, the issue is amplified due to the amount of contact time you have. This means those of you working in schools can have an increased impact, but conversely, you can feel more overwhelmed. For some of our children, they have such complex needs, it is incredibly difficult to know where to begin…This one-day workshop will begin by unpacking the neuroscience of trauma.
THE RISE OF ANXIETY: WHAT CAN NEUROSCIENCE TEACH US?
Understanding Resilience / Understanding Ourselves
How we develop resilience (the antidote to anxiety)
The factors in our modern world which are limiting exposure to resilient-building moments
Ways to practically include resilience-building moments into everyday lives of students