Schools of Well-Being

Interconnections, Educational Leadership, and Well-Being: Barb Isaak

July 22, 2020 Jen Watt Season 2 Episode 3
Schools of Well-Being
Interconnections, Educational Leadership, and Well-Being: Barb Isaak
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Schools of Well-Being
Interconnections, Educational Leadership, and Well-Being: Barb Isaak
Jul 22, 2020 Season 2 Episode 3
Jen Watt

In this episode, I talk to Barb Isaak, Executive Director of Manitoba Association of School Superintendents, about the WB2 (Well-being and Well-becoming in Schools) Partnership. We also discuss the importance of interconnections and relationships in flourishing educational leadership. Attributes: Host: Dr. Jen Watt, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba. Executive Producers: Jen Watt and Rebeca Heringer. Editor: Rebeca Heringer. Music composed and performed by Malcolm Ericastilla-Somers (University of Manitoba, Faculty of Education B.Ed., Class of 2020). Artwork by Rebeca Heringer. This podcast is funded through support from my University of Manitoba Research Start-Up Funds. It is hosted on the Well-being and Well-becoming in Schools in Canada Research Initiative website: http://wellbeinginschools.ca/podcast/. A special thank you to my guest on today’s episode: Barb Isaak.

Show Notes

In this episode, I talk to Barb Isaak, Executive Director of Manitoba Association of School Superintendents, about the WB2 (Well-being and Well-becoming in Schools) Partnership. We also discuss the importance of interconnections and relationships in flourishing educational leadership. Attributes: Host: Dr. Jen Watt, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba. Executive Producers: Jen Watt and Rebeca Heringer. Editor: Rebeca Heringer. Music composed and performed by Malcolm Ericastilla-Somers (University of Manitoba, Faculty of Education B.Ed., Class of 2020). Artwork by Rebeca Heringer. This podcast is funded through support from my University of Manitoba Research Start-Up Funds. It is hosted on the Well-being and Well-becoming in Schools in Canada Research Initiative website: http://wellbeinginschools.ca/podcast/. A special thank you to my guest on today’s episode: Barb Isaak.