Who should attend
This course is suitable for anyone interested in wellbeing in education across the early years, primary, middle, secondary and higher education sector. Designed for practising teachers, leaders of wellbeing in schools and policymakers who want to learn about the latest developments in wellbeing education.
About the course
Learn about the latest developments in wellbeing education, reflect on your teaching and lead with confidence.
Global Responses to Wellbeing Education provides an introduction to international developments to wellbeing in schools.
Combing an overview of the field and case studies, you will learn how to support wellbeing in your school. Explore current wellbeing research, how it relates to teacher professional practice, planning and leadership.
Led by Associate Professor Mathew White, in this online short course, you will examine the latest international trends of wellbeing education, explore the strengths and limitations of various approaches to wellbeing education and able to argue a case for wellbeing in a variety of educational settings.
What is covered in the course?
- Module 1: Current wellbeing theory in education. (online self-paced)
- Module 2: International developments in wellbeing education. (online self-paced)
- Module 3: Professional practice, planning and leadership. (online self-paced)
- Module 4: Future directions in wellbeing education. (online live session)
How will I benefit?
You will discover:
- the latest developments on wellbeing education that you can put into practice in your respective setting
- strategies to lead wellbeing improvements in your educational system
- critical knowledge to influence stakeholders to support your wellbeing projects.
How will my organisation benefit?
Your organisation will gain an individual with:
- enhanced leadership capability and capacity to grow new leaders
- improved individual and team engagement and retention
- improved awareness and capability to boost team outcomes.
Mathew A. White, Ph.D., is Deputy Head of the School of Education and Associate Professor of Education at the University of Adelaide. He is also a principal fellow in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne. He has published five books on wellbeing, including Wel...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.