Promoting Well-being for Our Students
Faciliated by Deena Levy, Associate Research Professor, Adam Smith, Assistant Research Professor and Beate Brunow, Associate Research Professor
Thursday, 2/25/2021, 12:05 - 1:20 p.m.
Online via Zoom - link will be sent to registrants
Deena Levy (portrait)Adam Smith PortraitBeate Brunow(portrait)Student well-being is directly linked to success in the classroom, and the most common wellness barriers to student success nationally are: stress, anxiety, sleep difficulties, depression, concern for a friend/family member, finances, illness, and relationship difficulties (American College Health Association national survey 2017). Considering these factors, in this workshop,faciliated by Deena Levy, Associate Research Professor, Adam Smith, Assistant Research Professor and Beate Brunow, Associate Research Professor participants will discuss strategies to create learning environments that promote student well-being in learning environments.