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Viewing Database Entries in Category - Education and Wellbeing
Education does not need to start and stop at a certain age; it has been proven that if we keep learning throughout our lives this is good for our overall wellbeing. Therefore this category of the Wellbeing Database contains resources based on wellbeing in both formal and informal settings, which includes a variety of resources on wellbeing-related training. In addition, this section also contains resources on understanding of different approaches to wellbeing.
(Photo: Winter ecology education session. Credit: Lisa McKeon, USGS).
You can find a review/summary of a selection of these resources in this blog post.
What Works Wellbeing have produced a toolkit to help you scope and deliver a wellbeing public dialogue process.
The toolkit addresses the following questions: What is a public dialogue? What does it involve? What is unique about a wellbeing dialogue? When to use public dialogues and…
The Children’s Society, which has been involved in a child-centred well-being research programme since 2005, was interested to explore the…