Book: Live well, learn well by @abbiemann1982 via @BloomsburyEd

Published by Bloomsbury Education

Live Well, Learn Well: A practical approach to supporting student wellbeing

£13.99*
8.6

Content

9.0/10

Accessible

8.5/10

Authority

8.0/10

Practical

9.0/10

Value

8.5/10

Pros

  • 90 practical ideas on strategies that can be used in schools.
  • Chapters focus on: winning wellbeing; recognition mission; soothe away stress; learning legends; rocking revision; super citizens; whole-school student wellbeing.
  • A great book to easily dip into, providing ideas that can be adapted for any school phase.
  • Offers links to other resources that can support a positive wellbeing school strategy.

Supporting student wellbeing is an absolute must if you are to develop high-achieving, well-rounded learners. After all, happy students are successful students. Live Well, Learn Well is packed with 90 practical ideas and strategies that will help your students progress with their studies and thrive in your secondary classroom.

#Teacher5aday advocate Abigail Mann offers easy-to-implement techniques that use classroom management, classroom layout, praise and rewards to support student wellbeing. By the same author as Live Well, Teach Well, this book offers ideas and activities that will help students to manage their time and workload more effectively, learn coping strategies to manage stress and play a more active role in their local communities. The dip-in-and-out format will enable you to act quickly to support the needs of your students so they feel happy with their studies and confident about their progress. Improving social and emotional wellbeing in this way will build better relationships between you and your students, boost mental health and have a positive impact on academic outcomes.

*Price correct at time of publication.

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