Promoting Wellbeing Pedagogies in Higher Education

We believe that faculty and student wellness and success are interdependent. In order for faculty to apply caring pedagogy, to recognize the impact of stress on learning, and to help their students be well, they must first be given the opportunity to examine and cultivate their own wellness.

Pratt’s Center for Teaching and Learning invites all faculty to explore and participate in TeachWell communities and resources. 

A growing set of resources on resilience and wellbeing for faculty during Covid19.

TeachWell Project

The TeachWell community promotes wellbeing pedagogies at Pratt and beyond.

A series workshops to establishing a personal practice around learned optimism and resilience.

Pratt’s CTL is committed to supporting faculty so they can more intentionally integrate wellbeing practices into classroom and studio content, activities, and assignments.  

Wellbeing Resources:

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Join teach.well!

teach.well is a free, cross-institutional community on Mighty Networks that offers: Networking with and learning from colleagues Faculty development events Collaboration, coordination, and sharing Learn more about the teach.well network here.

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Convening Circle – Fall 2021

Dear Friends and Colleagues, We would like to invite you to join us (virtually) at the inaugural meeting of Pratt’s Convening Circle –  a community for shared experience and practice. 

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Teaching Through the Art of Storytelling

Join us for an interactive, experiential series about infusing storytelling into the classroom and projects—applicable to various creative media. Drawing inspiration from inner and outer worlds of experience, imagination, and wisdom

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