TEACHER WELLBEING: investing in self-care for a resilient future – Graham Watts
Package includes 4 x 60min webinars : Wednesdays 5 May/ 19 May/ 9 June/7 July 7.30-8.30am
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
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
Helping Children to Engage with their Learning- WEBINARS with Tony Ryan (Australia)
Helping Children to Engage with their Learning
Our wishlist in teaching is infinite. As well as asking for plentiful resources, parent support, and enough personal time to simply relax, many of us often place student engagement near the top of that fabled list. This energising webinar will partly help you to progress that wish.
Placed two weeks apart, the sessions will include many practical ideas that focus on classroom environment; and on student intrinsic motivation.
You will be engaging with Tony at a personal level (he loves questions). In particular, the 2nd webinar will debrief on the 1st session, and will clarify how to refine your initial applications. Join us as we explore how to encourage your students to become more involved in their everyday learning… and their life.
ALIVE & WELL: Developing a Learning Eco-system Rich in Wellbeing – Tony Ryan
Feeling tired lately? If you are, then you’re hardly alone. In part due to global upheavals, teachers and school leaders are working longer hours in the midst of increasingly complex issues. Continuing on this pathway will be detrimental to both personal and professional welfare. So, can anything be done about this?
This workshop will practically address how to generate a culture of wellness that is sustainable and productive. You will be offered a powerful range of personal, classroom and staffroom strategies that focus on empathy, enjoyment, energy and emotional resilience… as well as some special processes for ensuring the psychological welfare of all school community members. And especially… this session will help you to feel pride and deep belief in the most important profession on the planet – teaching.