Chapter 1: The place of happiness and well-being in education Chapter 2: Learning to train elephant riders: teaching techniques for happiness and well-being/ Chapter 3: Virtue, character and well-being/ Chapter 4: The human body/ Chapter 5: Learning the ways of the mind/ Chapter 6: Developing strong relationships/ Chapter 7: Getting stuck in: engagement and flow/ Chapter 8: Learning about consuming/ Chapter 9: Meaning and spirituality
A theoretical and practical guide to the implementation of a well-being programme in secondary schools.
Ian Morris has taught in secondary education since 2000. He has run the Well-being programme at Wellington College since 2006, alongside teaching Philosophy and Religion. He is involved in a wide range of other training such as the teaching of resilience (as a trainer on the UK Resilience Programme), restorative justice, coaching and low and high ropes courses. He is currently helping the Jubilee Centre at the University of Birmingham to develop a national programme of character education.