Wellbeing & Resilience: Collaborating to Identify and Cultivate Resilience and Wellbeing Strengths (ONLINE)

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Wellbeing & Resilience: Collaborating to Identify and Cultivate Resilience and Wellbeing Strengths (ONLINE)

Programme Overview
Topic
Wellbeing and Resilience
Delivery Model Online session
What is Included
  • Certificate of attendance.
  • Course material (if applicable).
Cost
  • AED 1980 per delegate plus 5% VAT
  • Discounts available for 3 or more delegates from the same school
Deadline booking date:

Wednesday 4th Jan 2023

Date of Training

Monday 23rd January 2023 & Monday 27th February

8:30am to 3:30pm (UAE Time)

Programme Details

  • An engaging 2 day Online training session to explore wellbeing in the classroom and workplace
Platform Online
Target audience

PRIMARY and SECONDARY

  • Teachers of students of all ages
  • School Counsellors
  • Special-Needs Staff
  • Specialist Teachers
  • School Leaders
  • Support Staff
  • Parents
Aims of the course

In this course we will share and discuss ways that we can work, both independently and within our learning communities, to support individuals and teams to navigate their way towards a heightened and more stable state of wellbeing, through cultivating resilience skills.  By identifying and analysing the strengths necessary for achieving wellbeing and behaving resiliently, we can collaborate to navigate the highs and lows in ways that promote mental, emotional, and physical health.

Intended outcomes
  • Understand the nature of wellbeing and resilience.
  • Appreciate that wellbeing can be monitored and managed
  • Practice identifying, naming, and describing resilience strengths.
  • Develop a repertoire of research-based of strategies for cultivating wellbeing and resilience strengths, for ourselves and with students and colleagues.
  • Appreciate the personal empowerment that comes from adopting a growth mindset.
  • Recognize that emotions can be managed and supported through the activation of a set of resilient behaviours.

Natalie Croome

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Natalie Croome is a cross-curricular generalist, specialising in helping teams hone in on just what it is that student learning is showing them about possible areas of focus for teacher and/or leader learning. Using Professional Learning Standards as drivers in the design of high-quality Professional Learning Programmes, Natalie guides teams of leaders through engaging inquiries, honing in on connecting teacher learning to student learning.

Programme details:

Some people thrive in a crisis.  Other people flourish in a state of wellbeing.  Neither of these two states can be maintained consistently.  We are constantly in a state of flux and change between the two, perhaps now more than ever. In this course we will share and discuss ways that we can work, both independently and within our learning communities, to support individuals and teams to navigate their way towards a heightened and more stable state of wellbeing, through cultivating resilience skills.  By identifying and analysing the strengths necessary for achieving wellbeing and behaving resiliently, we can collaborate to navigate the highs and lows in ways that promote mental, emotional, and physical health

 

To align with professional experience and research about learning that has IMPACT on practice, this course is designed to maximise opportunities for “learning by doing” through a period of implementation of the theories and practices in YOUR classroom, with YOUR students.

  DAY 1: Wellbeing and Resilience Analogies, Stories andStrengths DAY 2: I and WE of Wellbeing and Resilience
08:30 Registration and refreshments Registration and refreshments
08:55 Describe and discuss the nature of wellbeing and resilience Share stories about the recognition and application of resilient behaviours
09:15  Share experiences of “being well” and behaving resiliently Develop familiarity with the Appreciative Inquiry approach

 

10:30 Break
10:45 Appreciate the teachers’ role in establishing classroom climate Encouragement vs. praise: the power of strength-based language and feedback

 

11:45 Experience analogies as strategies for communicating about wellbeing and resilience

 

The Life-cycle of an emotion: emotional intelligence and the management of emotions
12:45 Lunch
13:30 Collaborate to create and share analogies for wellbeing and/or resilience

 

Strategies for embedding wellbeing & resilience practices  across the curriculum

 

14:30 Engage in storytelling to illustrate experiences of fluctuations in wellbeing feelings and  resilient behaviours, over time

 

Select, adapt and share strategies for cultivating Resilience strengths

 

15:30 Share Extended Learning tasks for classroom application  

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د.إ1980
Trainer:
Natalie Croome
Duration:
2 Days
Sessions:
2
Language:
English