Mental health impacts students’ availability for learning and engagement at school and in the classroom. As an educator, you can help promote positive mental health.
You’re in an ideal position to create a mentally healthy classroom, model and implement everyday practices that support student mental health, and notice students who may need additional support.
Take our online course to boost your knowledge and confidence related to student mental health. Or, explore by topic to build your understanding of mental health at school.
Improve school and classroom climate and student outcomes with simple, daily practices that reinforce social-emotional skills and promote mental health. Be prepared to act when you notice a student who needs more support.
Available now for early access – MH LIT: Student Mental Health in Action is a series of four lessons to support the de...
These virtual field trips on distraction are the fourth in a series of six lessons to support the development of stress management and healthy coping skills. Each lesson&...
These virtual field trips on visualization are the third in a series of six lessons to support the development of stress management and healthy coping skills. Each lesson...
This tool provides guidance for educators to support students as they transition back from the winter break and engage in remote learning. This resource was originally prepared for January 2021, but t...
This video provides an introduction to culturally-responsive social-emotional learning. It may be a useful tool to share with staff members during presentations, or as a starting point to a discussion...
School is an important place in promoting positive mental health, and helping to build student skills and resiliency. This tip sheet provides ideas for school staff on how to suppo...