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Educator Well-being

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Educator Well-Being

A Key to Student Success

A symposium for education leaders tasked with embedding wellness throughout their school communities

It’s time for education leaders to shift the conversation from ‘fixing symptoms’ to addressing how we can proactively develop wellness within entire school cultures because this issue concerns us all.

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Day 1 – Day 2

Why this event

The EdCan Network is concerned that the steep hike in reported cases of student anxiety[1] and suicidal ideation[2] is creating stress and emotional exhaustion among teachers.[3] Schools aren’t mental health treatment facilities principals and teachers cannot be expected to shoulder the entire burden.They can, however, be an important part of the solution.[4]

How can education leaders create a climate that supports well-being for all?

Our symposium will help you:

  • Understand the nuances of emotional, mental, physical, cognitive and workplace well-being perspectives from diverse school and classroom contexts.
  • Learn the ‘how-tos’ from leading experts, and successful school- and community-based wellness programs from across Canada.
  • Strategize success indicators for measuring impact when developing a culture of educator wellness in your schools.

Find All Of Our Presentations

Who should attend:

  • School Board Mental Health Leads and Administrators
  • Guidance and Pastoral Counsellors
  • Principals
  • Community Health and Social Workers

 

Exclusive access to experts

With our hands-on group discussions and case study presentations, you will return with new ideas for building resiliency in yourself, your colleagues and your students.

Meet our Speakers

 

Complementary event with our keynote speaker Dean Shareski

Ignite Your Passion for Discovery EdCan Network 2017

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Shuttle Service: 24 hours/day on 30 minute cycles 

Pick-Up Points at Airport Terminal 1

Ground Level: POST S5

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Terminal 3

Arrivals Level: Door A & Door G

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Driving Directions 

Highway 401 Westbound: Exit 351, Carlingview Avenue North FoIIow Carlingview Avenue North, turning left at 2nd stoplight onto Dixon Road. Once on Dixon Road, hotel is located on right within one city block. From

Highway 401 Eastbound: Exit 348, Renforth Drive/HWY 427/Airport Stay to the left following fork to Hwy 427 North/Airport Once on Hwy 427, merge immediately right taking first exit, Dixon Road Hotel located directly at Dixon Road exit.

Air Canada is EdCan Network’s carrier of choice for this event. Symposium participants flying to Toronto can receive a 10% discount on Flex fares and up (not applicable for Tango fares). Please use promo code Z6ZEGXZ1 when booking flights. This offer is valid for up to seven (7) days pre/post symposium.

For sponsorship/partnership opportunities please contact Gilles Latour at 416-591-6300 ext 237 or email glatour@edcan.ca

[1] R.C. Kessler, P. Berglund, O. Demler et al, “Lifetime Prevalence and Age-of-Onset Distributions of DSM-IV Disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication,” Archives of General Psychiatry 62, no. 6 (2005): 593-602. See also: Health Behaviours in School Aged Children, Ontario 2014 data, and The Mental Health and Well-Being of Ontario Students, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, 2016.

[2] Findlay, L.,“Health Reports: Depression and suicidal ideation among Canadians aged 15 to 24,” Statistics Canada (2017).

[3] D.M. Rothi, G. Leavey, and R. Best, “On the Front-Line: Teachers as active observers of pupils’ mental health,” Teaching and Teacher Education 24 (2008).

[4] Kenneth Leithwood et al., “School Leaders’ Influences on Student Learning: The four paths,” in The Principles of Educational Leadership and Management, eds. T. Bush, L. Bell, and D. Middlewood (London: Sage, 2012), p.1.

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