What Are the Guiding Principles to Embedding Positive Education in a School?

October 2018
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Peggy Kern interviewed by Lindsey N. Godwin and Michelle McQuaid. Peggy Kern is a senior lecturer at the Centre for Positive Psychology at the University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education.

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Author: Lindsey N. Godwin

Lindsey N. Godwin, Ph.D., is the Robert P. Stiller Professor of Management at Champlain College, where she serves as the Academic Director for the David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry. As a practitioner–scholar active in the global AI community, she has helped organize and facilitate AI processes around the globe.

Contact: godwin@champlain.edu

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Author: Michelle McQuaid

Michelle McQuaid is a best-selling author, workplace wellbeing teacher and playful change activator. With more than a decade of senior leadership experience in large organizations around the world, she’s passionate about translating cutting-edge research from positive psychology and neuroscience, into practical strategies for health, happiness, and business success.

E: chelle@michellemcquaid.com

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Author: Peggy Kern

Peggy Kern is a senior lecturer at the Centre for Positive Psychology at the University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education. Her research is collaborative in nature and examines who thrives in life and why, including understanding and measuring healthy functioning, identifying individual and social factors impacting life trajectories, and systems-informed approaches to wellbeing.

Contact: Peggy.Kern@unimelb.edu.au

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