Jo Devin, Co - Founder
While teaching could be said to be one of the most rewarding professions, it can also be one of the most challenging, and reports of educator stress and burn out are on the rise.
We created the PLS programs with educators in mind, to support them with the tools and the confidence to teach young people mental wellbeing skills.
Educator wellbeing is a top priority for us also, which is why educators who move forward with Positive Living Skills have complimentary access to a range of Professional Development sessions.
We recently released the Positive Living Skills White paper,
"Toward a Mentally Healthy Generation. Flattening the curve in the 2020 mental illness epidemic." Click this button to instantly download the White Paper and please share your feedback with us.
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Self care is so important. When you take time to replenish your spirit, it allows you to serve others from the overflow. You cannot serve from an empty vessel.
Eleanor Brownn - Inspirational speaker and educator, Master of Arts, Behavioral Science/Gerontology, California State University DH
At Positive Living Skills, our programs were created with educators in mind and we see teacher wellbeing and support as a vital priorities in our programs and our approach which is why Professional Development is a standard program inclusion:
Both the PLS Early Childhood Wellbeing program and the Primary School Wellbeing program includes Professional Development sessions as part of your Positive Living Skills program membership.
There are currently three (3) online and 'on demand' sessions avaialble to PLS member educators exploring the topics of :
Sessions focus on supporting educators' professional learning and assist them in achieving outcomes with children and students.
To learn more about these sessions click the Session Summary button above, then when you are ready to start a session log in via the Session sign up button.
NOTE: You will need a password to enter this part of the site. This will be provided to you by your Service Manager or School leader or directly from PLS. If you are a member and have not received your PD password please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We welcome your participation in these sessions and your feedback about your experience. Please send any questions or feedback to us via email to email@example.com.
When you complete a session and complete and submit the relevant wokbook, you can apply for a Certificate of Completion from Positive Living Skills.
Teacher wellbeing has never been more Important than right now, and research shows that teachers own level of social and emotional competence is vital to their ability to effectively lead children in learning and development while maintaining their own balance and health and wellbeing.
This full day face to face workshop is delivered at your School or Centre and provides an opportunity for teachers to build an even more cohesive team while they learn tools they can take to the classroom the following day and apply with their students as well as in their own lives and relationships.
If you would like to enquire about this workshop please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Delivery of this workshop depends on current travel restrictions and rules and our availability.
***Participants have rated this workshop as Highly RELEVANT AND highly ENGAGING! (relevance rating 4.76/5 and engagement 4.81/5 - across 61 participants)***
Participants completing this one-day program will have the opportunity to:
Experience an increased level of self-awareness through a range of self-reflection and group activities
Build skills for appreciating and understanding others even more
Improve team cohesiveness and embrace relationship skills
Explore concepts to build mental and emotional wellbeing and resilience
Build skills to manage or reduce stress
Explore and develop skills and tools for self-empowerment
Reflect on personal communication strengths and styles
Build awareness around individual and group leadership strengths
Connect leadership skills to the classroom environment
Build knowledge around the importance of developing and maintaining a growth mindset
Jo, Our lady of Sacred Heart Primary School, Randwick
Melissa from Our Lady of Sacred Heart Randwick
Daniella, Regina Coeli Primary School, Beverly Hills Sydney
Margie and Nancy, Regina Coeli Primary School, Beverly Hills Sydney
Melissa and Seeta, Regina Coeli Primary School, Beverly Hills Sydney