Teaching Stress Resilience at School.

How can educators help foster stress resilience in their students?

Resilience begins with a strength mindset.

At the start of my  stress resilience presentation  I discuss how openness to challenge is essential for success.

Too much time in our comfort zone stalls growth. Feeling safe is important. But we shouldn’t consider it a resting place. More of a launching pad!

Reframe openness as a verb and challenge your students to try something new today!

16 thoughts on “Teaching Stress Resilience at School.

  1. Di

    Beautiful messages contained here in your video Dr Dinardo. We all matter and need to be seen, and fostering resilience… thank you for sharing your talk. It’s always lovely to hear your wisdom and see you too 💐💕

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  2. You are such a great speaker! I loved your talk! It’s timely for me. I’m on the fence of a new teaching position. I’m trying to find the balance between work and family. I feel grateful to have options. I’m going to consider the “big” picture of my life and family as a whole. Have a wonderful weekend, Andrea!

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    1. Thank you Ipuna! For taking the time to watch the video & for your kind words. Wishing you well as you navigate your decision about teaching positions. I love how you always find gratitude, no matter the circumstances. Only good things can come from an abundant (and growth) mindset like yours.

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  3. Love your sentiments here and it’s so true. It’s far too easy and comfortable to be complacent and not want to move but that doesn’t get us anywhere, literally or otherwise.

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