Tag Archive: mental wellbeing
Performance through time travelJune 11, 2020 6:04 pm Leave your thoughts
One of the purposes of education is to equip children with skills for life. It’s a great goal but exactly how can this be done? Positive Education has many ways to support schools in this endeavour. This video takes teachers through a step by step approach to raising performance through mental time travel.
Feeling happier in 30 secondsMarch 18, 2020 1:17 pm Leave your thoughts
We are all being bombarded with information, images and advice about the current virus pandemic. It is be easy to become alarmed by what we see and hear. One of the many great things about positive psychology is that it some of its tools and techniques are more effective in difficult times
Why we already have an answer for children’s mental wellnessFebruary 27, 2020 5:26 pm Leave your thoughts
If all we focus on is what to do after things have already begun to go wrong, we are missing out on a huge opportunity to do more about promoting those things that can go right.
Creating Everyday Magic in SchoolJanuary 13, 2020 1:47 pm Leave your thoughts
Decades of research shows that positive education has a powerful, positive impact on pupils (and on teachers). They can improve academic performance as well as wellbeing and can easily be folded into how teachers deliver their daily lessons.
Struggling students deserve more than automatic gradesAugust 6, 2019 3:40 pm Leave your thoughts
For me one of the most important aspects of teaching grit, determination and perseverance (which I believe are pivotal aspects of growth mindset) is understanding that failure does not define you.
It’s mental health awareness week – or is it?May 16, 2019 9:37 am Leave your thoughts
From workplaces to schools, from social media to TV shows it seems to me we are missing something important – how we can flourish and thrive both mentally and physically.