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 health classroom, model and implement everyday practices that support student mental health, and notice students who may need additional support.
Take our online course or a specific topic tutorial 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.
A resource to support student help-seeking by showcasing different ways to start the conversation with a trusted person and what to expect after reaching out. There’s no problem #TooBigOrTooSmall ...
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The ONE-CALL process provides educators with a step-by-step approach to support students when they exhibit signs of an emotional or behavioural issue. Download the resource
Decision Support Tool for Classroom Teachers – Checklist for Educators for the Planning of Student Mental Health-Related Activities
The Decision Support Tool for Educators has been created to provide a framework for teachers in the planning and implementation of mental health and well-being materials, resources and information wit...
The 6Rs provides an example of an approach that can be used by guidance teachers in supporting students seeking help for a problem with their mental health. Download the resource