Student Mental Health and Well-Being Guide


Dr. Meadow Schroeder, PhD and Alyssa West

What specific teaching and learning practices support student health and well-being? The Student Mental Health and Well-Being: Supportive Teaching and Learning Practices Guide is an annotated bibliography, exploring articles that address this question. Results have been categorized according to three themes: Implementing empirically supported interventions into the classroom and/or curriculum that support student health and well-being; adapting the pedagogical approach to support student health and well-being; and supporting student health and well-being by promoting faculty understanding and knowledge of mental health.

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