MASTER CLASS - BODY OF EVIDENCE

MAIN STAGE KEYNOTES

PARALLEL STREAM - A LIVING LIBRARY OF POSITIVE EDUCATION IN ACTION

PARALLEL STREAM - STRONGER, SAFER; BRIGHTER, BOLDER

PARALLEL STREAM - SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNINGCHOOLS

PARALLEL STREAM -WHOLE SCHOOL WELLBEING

PARALLEL STREAM - BUILDING HEALTHY SCHOOLSION

 

Introducing PROSPER as a roadmap for Positive Schools

Everyone is interested in how to build and sustain happiness and a sense of wellbeing. PROSPER is an organiser for the wellbeing elements that help individuals, groups, organisations and communities thrive.
The term ‘to prosper’ means to thrive and succeed in a healthy way; to flourish.
The PROSPER acronym stands for Positivity, Relationships, Outcomes, Strengths, Purpose, Engagement, and Resilience.
Using PROSPER for Positive Schools provides a road map for the evidence-based school and classroom practices that build student wellbeing and student engagement in learning. The term PROSPER has integrity as the word ‘to prosper’ reflects the intended purpose of the framework. It’s an easy-to-remember and easy-to-communicate message that has the potential to inspire your whole school community.
Toni’s presentation will outline the 7 PROSPER school building blocks for student wellbeing.
Positivity: Supporting students to experience positive emotions and to develop a positive mindset
Relationships: Supporting students to develop the social skills and pro-social values that underpin positive relationships

Outcomes & Accomplishment: Providing an optimal learning environment to enhance students’ outcomes and accomplishment

Strengths: Using strengths-based approaches

Purpose: Supporting students to develop a sense of purpose and meaning

Resilience: Supporting students to develop the skills and attitudes that underpin resilient behaviour

About Toni

Professor Toni Noble is a leading educator and educational psychologist with expertise in student wellbeing, positive school communities and positive psychology and education. Her Government projects include the National Safe Schools Framework, resourcing the new Safe Schools Hub and the Scoping Study on Student Wellbeing. She is Adjunct Professor in the Institute of Positive Psychology and Education at Australian Catholic University and is widely known in education as co-author of the award winning BOUNCE BACK! Wellbeing & Resilience Program, HITS & HOTS on student engagement, Eight Ways At Once on curriculum differentiation & other books. She has a Carrick citation for her outstanding contributions to University teaching; is on the Advisory Board for the National Centre Against Bullying and on the International Expert Group developing a new global development paradigm for the United Nations to promote wellbeing and happiness as a global goal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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