Transforming Our World by Promoting Flourishing in Teacher Education, Research, and Policy
The Teacher Education for Flourishing Collaborative at Notre Dame of Maryland University brings together researchers, administrators, practitioners, and thought-leaders to promote flourishing in teacher education. We believe that focusing on flourishing within teacher preparation and training programs is the first step towards a much-needed paradigm shift in education.
By providing professional development and resources to schools, the TEFC offers opportunities for teachers and their students to flourish.
The TEFC works in partnership with the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard and the Consortium for Human Flourishing at Saint Louis University to bring about comprehensive change to the wellbeing of school communities around the world.
The Education for Flourishing Conference is co-hosted by the Consortium for Human Flourishing at Saint Louis University, the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University, and the Teacher Education for Flourishing Collaborative at Notre Dame of Maryland University. The conference brings together individuals and institutions that are working towards flourishing in education. To this end, we will offer a series of presentations and workshops dedicated to the promotion of flourishing in pre-K- 16+ education and our broader global society. Interested in presenting? Submit your proposal.
Dr. Amrita Chaturvedi from the Consortium for Human Flourishing at Saint Louis University is offering breathing sessions every Monday-Friday at 10AM EST. Contact Amrita.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This group, hosted by the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard, meets every month to discuss best practices and approaches to assessing and promoting flourishing in a wide variety of settings. For information on joining the community as a guest or member, please contact Dr. Matthew Lee at email@example.com.
The Teacher Education for Flourishing Collaborative is a network NDMU faculty and staff, professional development schools (PDS), and external partners from around the world who are interested in promoting flourishing in education.