BlogNEWS: EdCan Network – Webinar: How can we improve K-12 school wellbeing?
NEWS: EdCan Network – Webinar: How can we improve K-12 school wellbeing?
Tuesday, June 15th at 1:00 pm ET
Presented by Emily Larson (Senior Advisor of Schools and Wellbeing, The Behavioural Insights Team)
This webinar is primarily for school district leaders, principals, and vice-principals, and school or district wellbeing leads, as well as anyone interested in K-12 staff wellbeing.
We know that wellbeing – especially cases of burnout – are issues in Canadian schools. We know a lot of this is systemic – involving organizational culture, structures, priorities, and policies at various levels of the education system. However, research is still evolving about how approaches taken at the school-level or the individual-level could help educators cope with their daily stress. In a 12-month research project, The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) set out to develop two simple approaches that could be scaled district-wide.
In this webinar, we will share findings from this research project outlining what worked, what didn’t work, and lessons learned that can be used to support education leaders in ensuring their staff’s wellbeing.
Emily is a Senior Advisor at BIT North America. While at BIT London, Emily led the schools and wellbeing brief. Emily’s work focuses on developing interventions to increase wellbeing in a variety of populations. Before joining BIT, Emily was the director of an international organization that brought together leaders in the fields of education, policy, and psychology to promote teaching character and wellbeing in schools. She has worked for over seven years to develop, employ and run large-scale trials for educators in Nepal, India, Thailand, the Philippines, the UK, and the USA. Emily graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with her Master’s in Positive Psychology.
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