As a leader, how can I manage my own well-being as well as the well-being of my staff? We asked Independent Thinking Associate and our go-to well-being guru Nina Jackson, and this is what she had to say.
Resources from Nina Jackson
Watch the recording of our recent Zoom webinar for teachers and school leaders all about well-being in schools with Nina Jackson, Julie Rees, Jackie Beere and Roy Leighton. Hosted by Ian Gilbert.
You Look Fine To Me
This is the recording of when Nina Jackson wowed the audience with her closing address on emotional health and well-being for schools at the 2019 SSAT conference in Birmingham.
Nina Jackson on Dyslexia - Highlights
Thinking Associate Nina Jackson with highlights from her CPD webinar about how teachers can help their students with strategies for dyslexia.
A Primary ECT Survival Webinar
A free CPD webinar with survival tips and strategies for primary Early Career Teachers and new teachers everywhere.
A Secondary ECT Survival Webinar
A free CPD webinar with survival tips and strategies for secondary Early Career Teachers and new teachers everywhere.
The Power of the A-Maze-In Sketch-A Doodle
Watch Nina Jackson speaking to an online audience about the restorative power of the 'A-Maze- In' Sketch-a-Doodle.
A Conversation About Teacher Well-being and Healthy Schools
A conversation about teacher well-being and healthy schools with Associate Nina Jackson and guest Kelly Hannaghan (@mindworkmatters).
A Conversation About Going back to School With a Focus on SEND and Well-being
A conversation about going back to school with a focus on SEND and well-being with Independent Thinking Associate Nina Jackson and SEND specialist Lorraine Petersen.
The Last Sympathy Card in Tesco
Long-time Associate Nina - Ninja - Jackson sums up the mood of the nation after an emotional trip to her local Tesco in search of a sympathy card.
How About Some Mind Medicine?
How to help yourself feel that little bit better when you're having one of those days? How about a little Mind Medicine in 21 easy-to-swallow pieces, courtesy of Associate Nina Jackson.
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