Nurturing teacher well-being
Educators at all levels of the education system, including primary, secondary, and higher education. This includes classroom teachers, subject specialists, school counselors, teaching assistants, and educational administrators. The webinar is designed to cater to both experienced educators looking to enhance their personal and professional wellbeing and new teachers seeking guidance on how to navigate the challenges of their chosen profession while maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Additionally, the webinar might also be relevant to educational policymakers and institutions aiming to create a more supportive environment for their teaching staff.
- Recognise Well-being Indicators: Identify signs of burnout, stress, and emotional fatigue among educators, enhancing awareness for proactive self-care, by engaging in discussions and interactive presentations.
- Discover Self-Care Strategies: Learn and apply evidence-based self-care techniques by reflecting on your personal needs and choosing the strategies that resonate most with you, fostering emotional resilience and a healthier work-life balance.
- Identify Elements of Positive Classroom Environments: Understand the link between teacher well-being and classroom atmosphere, gaining insights to cultivate supportive learning environments for both teachers and students through case studies and group discussions.
Trainer & Coach
Europe House Ryckevelde
Inés focuses on empowering individuals and organizations. Her passion lies in promoting well-being in schools.
Jo successfully transitioned from the traditional classroom model to an effective team-teaching approach
This content is offered by the European Commission. The European Commission is the European Union's politically independent executive arm. It is alone responsible for drawing up proposals for new European legislation, and it implements the decisions of the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union.