Well at Work

Volume 59 | Issue 4

Featured Articles

Four pillars and four core values that underpin a healthy school culture - illustration

Editor's Pick
Leadership, School Community, Well at Work, Well-being

Building a Positive Staff Culture

Resilience and leadership

Leadership, Research, Well at Work, Well-being

Resilience and Beyond

Promising Practices

Network Voices

EdCan Network team with her president Denise Andre

EdCan Network, Well at Work, Well-being

Well at Work

Well at Work

surviving and thriving - view on the road

School Community, Teaching, Well at Work, Well-being

Surviving and Thriving


Working together

Leadership, Well at Work, Well-being

Better Together

Special thanks to Diana Pham for the wonderful illustrations she created for this very important edition of Education Canada.

Staff at all levels of our education system are subject to stress and exhaustion caused by daily systemic pressures, expectations and factors beyond their control. This issue of Education Canada puts the spotlight on how we can (and why we must) strengthen the social and emotional wellbeing of K-12 staff, in turn enabling them to achieve healthier schools and better learning experiences for students. Specific article topics may range from creating organizational cultures that foster workplace well-being; the well-being of education leaders and front-line staff; identifying and challenging the mindsets, assumptions and public perceptions towards the well-being of K-12 educators that hinder change; and lessons from interventions in other sectors. We aim to showcase innovations in healthy work environments and to translate emerging research into practical tools and approaches to support workplace well-being as a top priority.

Cover photo: Diana Pham

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