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A weekly discussion by Irish educators. This week the topic was "How can we reduce anxiety and stress in schools and colleges and increase resilience?” The online discussion took place took place Mon 14th May 2018.
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fboss @fboss
In 1 hours time on tonight's #edchatie the discussion topic is all about "How can we reduce anxiety and stress in schools and colleges and increase resilience?" Join in with the live online discussion from 8.30-9.30pm tonight and bring a colleague
Irish Education News @IrishEducation
Don't forget #edchatie happens every Monday 20:30-21:30. Join in the discussion with Irish Educators.
fboss @fboss
Flex your typing fingers and grab a cuppa because in 5 minutes time we begin tonights #edchatie discussion on "How can we reduce anxiety and stress in schools and colleges and increase resilience?" See you online shortly
fboss @fboss
Welcome to tonight's #edchatie live discussion. As usual, before we begin, please introduce yourself. Don't forget to add in the hashtag #edchatie in all your tweets for the next hour so they can be collated at the end.
Aishling Donohoe @AshDonohoe
Interesting topic tonight! One I'm very eager to find an answer to! Aishling here, pp teacher Cavan #edchatie
Mary Ruane @ruanemedu
Good evening Mary here long time teacher, SEN and guidance counsellor, interested in how this topic will be approached #edchatie
fboss @fboss
Fred Boss, 2nd level art teacher, currently with @NCCAie and looking forward to tonight's discussion topic of "How can we reduce anxiety and stress in schools and colleges and increase resilience?" #edchatie
MiriamBergin @miriambergin
#edchatie Miriam PP tchr in Thurles...it’s been a while. ..Am curious about tonight’s topic
John Heffernan @johnmayo
John in Charlottesville, supporting State testing at the moment so metres away from students under stress!! #edchatie
fboss @fboss
@DpDonal @KillorglinCC Hopefully we can come up with some answers to help you out in the next hour of the #edchatie discussion on "How can we reduce anxiety and stress in schools and colleges and increase resilience?"
fboss @fboss
So, when we talk about "How can we reduce anxiety and stress in schools and colleges and increase resilience?" are we thinking, students OR teachers OR parents OR . . . (maybe all categories of people connected to education)? #edchatie
Mary Ruane @ruanemedu
Given time of year & indeedin general a certain amount of stress or anxiety is normal #edchatie
Mary Ruane @ruanemedu
School culture huge influence on stress #edchatie
Aishling Donohoe @AshDonohoe
@fboss I think anxiety and stress can filter down from staff to students and vice versa. Especially at this hectic time of year. #edchatie
Mary Ruane @ruanemedu
@AshDonohoe @fboss Absolutely stress is contagious all times of year, all settings #Edchatie
Aishling Donohoe @AshDonohoe
@ruanemedu @fboss During upbeat week in my school, teachers were requested to bring students out for a 20min walk. This was timetabled so each group of students ended up getting out once a day. I think it worked well for students and let them have a timeout from work. Us too!!! #edchatie
Kate Barry @KMUBarry
Stress isn't always a problem or something to be reduced. A certain level of stress is healthy & appropriate chronotopeblog.com/2016/06/03/not… via @C_Hendrick #edchatie
Aishling Donohoe @AshDonohoe
Stress can be hard to manage in a high stress environment. But my real interest lies with building resilience in children, how is it done? #edchatie
Mary Ruane @ruanemedu
I’m a big fan of CBT to tackle stress, anxiety #edchatie
Mary Ruane @ruanemedu
Anxious parent often leads to anxious child, learned behavior? teach self management #edchatie
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