Making the Case for Wellbeing


Do you want to promote wellbeing in your school or learning centre?



Do you feel like you are aware of the vital importance and benefits of doing so, but need to convince others?



This short, accessible, 3 part course explores what wellbeing in education is, why there is such a pressing need for it today, and examples of how wellbeing is being promoted and protected in a variety of education contexts.

 

Providing the knowledge-base and ready to use presentations, this evidence-based course does the leg work for you, enabling you to make a compelling case for wellbeing in your education community with knowledge and confidence. 

Making the Case for Wellbeing Sessions

  Making the Case for Wellbeing
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Each session contains:

  • Informative Video
  • Summary of Key Points PDF
  • Presentation PDF contain key information - we've done the heavy lifting for you!
  • Supporting Research and Resources
  • Completion Quiz - not too demanding but necessary to advance to the next episode


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Making the Case for Wellbeing


$600

Making the Case for Wellbeing

Dr Lucy Hone and Denise Quinlan

This short, accessible, 3 part course explores why there is such a pressing need to promote wellbeing in education today, what wellbeing in education is, and shares examples of how wellbeing is being promoted and protected in a variety of education contexts.

Meet your NZIWR Educators

Dr Lucy Hone


Dr Lucy Hone is a published academic researcher, International Positive Education Network Global Rep, a best-selling author and contributor to Psychology Today. Senior adjunct fellow at the University of Canterbury, trained by thought-leaders in the field at the University of Pennsylvania, she is co-author of the Educators’ Guide to Whole-school Wellbeing: A practical guide to getting started, best-practice process and effective implementation (Taylor & Francis, 2020). Her PhD was recognised for its outstanding contribution to wellbeing science at the World Congress in Positive Psychology in 2019. Dr Hone is currently working with large clusters of learning centres to promote regional wellbeing.

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Dr Denise Quinlan


Dr Denise Quinlan was ‘present at the birth of Positive Education’, training educators in the UK and Australia as part of the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Resilience Program/Positive Education team. Author of the Educators’ Guide to Whole-school Wellbeing: A practical guide to getting started, best-practice process and effective implementation (Taylor & Francis, 2020), she is a senior adjunct fellow at the University of Canterbury, collaborates with researchers and practitioners globally and hosts Bringing Wellbeing To Life, a popular podcast on wellbeing topics

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