Steven Bollar and educational consultant, Matthew Savage return to the TTS Talking Teachers’ podcast to introduce the concept of the wellbeing data wheel.
Every child is different so it’s important to measure wellbeing in different ways. The wellbeing data wheel covers 5 spokes to offer a different lens on wellbeing in school.
- Counseling data
- Everything else
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TTS Talking: The Teachers' Podcast
Introducing the new TTS Talking Teachers’ Podcast. This new series aims to equip teachers with fresh ideas and inspiration for the classroom and beyond.
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Each week, our podcast hosts, Mark Steed and Steven Bollar, will be joined by different educational experts from across the globe offering exclusive insights, inspiration, and guidance to help teachers unlock new opportunities to enhance learning outcomes. We’ll cover some of the topics most important to you, including, edutech, inclusion and diversity, wellbeing, classroom management techniques, and much more.
Our bitesize episodes are the perfect addition to your morning routine or evening downtime, so grab yourself a cup of tea and get comfortable as we unlock new opportunities to enhance learning outcomes.
Prior to joining Kellett Mark Steed was Director of the not-for-profit Jumeirah English Speaking School (“JESS”) in Dubai. Prior to JESS, Mark was Principal of Berkhamsted Schools Group in Hertfordshire and Headmaster of Kelly College in Devon. He previously taught at The Leys School (Cambridge), Radley College and at Oundle, where he was also Housemaster. He has Masters degrees from Cambridge and Nottingham, as well as an MSc in Management from Ashridge-Hult Business School.
Steve Bollar, a.k.a. Stand Tall Steve, is driven to help schools, associations, and organizations create a better culture and climate through creative innovations and encouragement. His books, Stand Tall Leadership and Ideas, Ideas, Ideas! has been a jumping point for hundreds of organizations on how to increase morale, change the culture and improve the climate for their students and staff.
Steve has a long history in the education system, from art teacher to principal to Superintendent of Schools. His 25+ year career has shown him firsthand how to face the challenges that any organization can encounter and how to overcome them with creativity and communication.