Positive Education Resources2017-08-20T16:09:03+00:00

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International Positive Education Network (IPEN) 

The aim of the International Positive Education Network (IPEN) is to bring together teachers, parents, academics, students, schools, colleges, universities, charities, companies and governments to promote positive education. Their goals are to support collaboration, change education practice and reform government policy.

Positive Education Schools Association (PESA) 

PESA is a school association working on embedding Positive Psychology into school programs, aiming to improve student wellbeing and academic performance. This association help schools and individual teachers to gain access to resources, the latest research, and enabling connections to the leaders in the field of Positive Psychology.

Geelong Grammar School (GGS)

The Geelong Grammar School believe wellbeing should be at the heart of education. As such, they have implemented a whole-school approach to Positive Education. This means that the principles of personal wellbeing are not only taught to students, but also to parents, teaching and non-teaching staff, and the wider community.

Positive Psychology Program

Quite simply the most comprehensive positive psychology resource available. Features a regular blog, links to websites, books, upcoming conferences, information on positive psychology exercises and more.

Positive Psychology Centre | University of Pensylvania 

The mission of the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania is to promote research, training, education, and the dissemination of Positive Psychology, resilience and grit.

Greater Good in Action | Berkley University of California 

Greater Good in Action collects the best research-based methods for a happier, more meaningful life—and puts them at your fingertips in a format that’s easy to navigate and digest. The practices in Greater Good in Action are for anyone who wants to improve his or her social and emotional wellbeing, or the well-being of others, but doesn’t necessarily have the time or money to invest in a formal program.

VIA Character Strengths Survey 

The VIA Institute on Character is a non-profit organization, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, dedicated to bringing the science of character strengths to the world through supporting research, creating and validating surveys of character, and developing practical tools for individuals and practitioners.