The Resilience and Wellbeing Toolbox is an inspiring book and a beacon for social emotional change in schools. Within these pages teachers and other professionals will find fantastic resources that they can easily implement in the classroom. By following this programme, teachers will see their students developing skills in persistence, problem solving and emotional regulation as well as independence, empathy, kindness, contribution and good will, whilst planting the essential seeds of resilience and wellbeing. Helpful suggestions offered in each chapter on how to bring wellbeing and resilience into the home can be shared with parents and families.
The lively and engaging resources in this book include:
Practical, photocopiable guide sheets and worksheets, also available as eResources
Adaptable role plays and activities
Solid research-based strategies
A flexible framework that can be creatively implemented in the classroom
This is a must-have handbook for anyone seeking to provide young people in their care with a strong foundation for better social, emotional and learning outcomes.
Resources can be downloaded at https://www.routledge.com/The-Resilience-and-Wellbeing-Toolbox-A-guide-for-educators-and-health/Nawana-Parker/p/book/9781138921177
Madhavi Nawana Parker is a behaviour consultant in private practice, based in Australia. She has previously published with Routledge What's the Buzz? (2011) and What's the Buzz? for Early Learners (2015) with Mark Le Messurier.
1. Gratitude, Perspective and Optimism 2. Knowing Your Values and Sticking To Them 3. Community and Connection: The importance of empathy and belonging in relationships 4. Problem solving 5. Keeping Calm 6. Embracing Mistakes Through Curiosity 7. Persistence and The Value of Hard Work 8. Setting Goals