This workshop targets full time and part time faculty, in order to teach self-care skills that aim to reduce stress and reduce the potential for burnout.This workshop will teach specific strategies that faculty members can use to increase wellness, maintain well-being, and retain a sense of emotional health. These strategies can also be used in the classroom to enhance student well-being. Faculty members who experience emotional rejuvenation can bring a renewed sense of energy into the classroom, in turn providing students with an enhanced educational experience.Participants in this course will read material from websites, view video clips, participate in online discussion boards, and develop a self-care plan.Participants in this workshop will be able to:· Identify and describe the importance of faculty well-being;· Describe the link between teacher health and student benefit;· Describe well-being and various definitions of health;· Discuss the key elements of well-being from these highly regarded authors on the topic:o Martin Seligman - Flourisho Dan Beuttner - The Blue Zones· Identify the warning signs of burnout· Identify strategies for staying fresh on the job· Understand the concept of nurturing/caring for the various aspects of the educator’s whole person· Develop a personal care plan to address the seven selves, according to the whole person model Over a five week period, participants will spend 2 hours per week reading materials, participating in online discussions, and completing a self-care/wellness plan.
Explore techniques for working effectively and safely in stressful and potentially dangerous situations, along with techniques and strategies for maximizing professional and personal performance.
This resource provides access to the Northern California Training Academy's Core for Social Workers Module 7 training materials. To learn more about the Academy, please visit humanservices.ucdavis.edu/academy.
Dynamics of Interpersonal Relations I, is an exploration of the small-group process through participation, interpretation and study. Major focus is on the class itself as an interacting group providing for personal, interpersonal, and intellectual challenge.The modules are designed for undergraduate students to become familiar with group dynamics. This resource has a syllabus, OpenStax text chapters, TedTalks and group activities.
So much has changed since March 2020 when campuses closed. Keeping the doors of learning open we found ways forward and continued to do our learning from home. The world is a different place and being on campus is different too. As you know, campuses are opening in a limited way for 2020-2021 academic year. This short course provides information for ALL students to keep yourself and others safe as a select few go back to campus.Certain links in our module may take you to other websites: We provided these links only as a convenience, and not as an endorsement of any linked site or the information, products or services appearing thereon. These links and sites are not under the control of the creators of this module. If you decide to visit any of these sites, you do so at your own risk. We are not responsible for the content of any such linked sites or any other web page that is not part of our site. Accordingly, you agree that the we will not be responsible or liable in any way for the accuracy, legality, relevancy, decency or copyright compliance of material and information contained in any site linked from this module.
This resource provides access to videos produced and/or used by the Northern California Training Academy to support training for child welfare practitioners. To learn more about the Academy, please visit humanservices.ucdavis.edu/academy.