THIS IS our YEAR
Do you work in or with school communities and lead or care about wellbeing, resilience, and positive mental health?
You've found your people!
Well Ed is a collaborative community of awesome educators and professionals just like you, creating ripple effects of wellbeing for all.
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About Well Ed
We use the art of WE-Power to activate meaningful, proactive wellbeing in education - from the individual to the system, and everything in between.
Wellbeing and resilience are not DIY.
Let's stop reinventing the wheel and searching in the dark for better ways. Connect with fellow education rockstars and science-backed resources through Well Ed, and together we'll elevate real-world wellbeing for everyone's benefit.
(including our own!)
THE PODCAST FOR celebrating and Supporting educators
Teacher Fan Club is a wellbeing podcast and free resource focused on wellbeing and resilience topics, as well as gratitude-gushing for educators. Episodes are relevant to ALL members of a school community!
it's time to work smarter, together
Wellbeing in education is a global priority. Not only are learning and wellbeing inextricably linked, adult and student wellbeing are, too. Let's walk the talk together.
Every human deserves to work and learn in environments that enable thriving. Through Well Ed's community, we partner with and connect professionals who are doing similar work so we can all innovate, collaborate, and activate change and wellbeing together.
This work and this world are complex - you're not alone in any of it!
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Well Ed provided a safe place to share ideas and collaborate with my colleagues. It gave me reminders and ideas to take care of my personal wellness, but also provided many ideas and lessons to share with my students.
As the Wellness lead, I was able to see firsthand the impact Well Ed made with staff. I am so excited to continue to work together to impact staff and student wellness in our schools.
Well Ed provided me with a community of personal and professional practice that allowed me to learn from others' experiences, reflect on my own, and be held accountable to the work of wellness in my life and in my teaching.