Tag: Student Mental Health
Supporting Children’s Mental Health: Strategies and Resources for Post-Pandemic Recovery
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and it’s the perfect time to reflect on the importance of our children’s mental health. As the world continues to adapt to the pandemic, it’s important to acknowledge the impact it has had on our children’s mental well-being. The good news is that there are plenty of resources and […]
The Impact of Emotional Health on Academics
Mental and emotional health are crucial aspects of overall well-being, and they have a significant impact on a student’s academic performance. The relationship between mental and emotional health and academic performance is complex and multifaceted. In this blog, we will explore the ways in which mental and emotional health can affect a student’s academic performance […]
Proactive Mental Health Interventions Can Address Rising School Violence
Proactive mental health interventions in schools can help prevent school violence, as early identification and appropriate support for struggling students is crucial. A comprehensive approach involving school staff, families, and community partners is needed.
Reversing Student Learning Loss with SEL
Social-emotional learning (SEL) can reverse the negative impacts of COVID-19 on student learning and well-being. Incorporating SEL into curriculum can promote academic success, mental health, and social skills.
The Benefits of Competency-Based Education
The benefits of competency-based education (CBE) includes individualized learning, flexibility, real-world relevance, collaborative learning, and personalized support, which can help students take control of their learning and progress at their own pace.
Students Voice Gaps in School Mental Health Resources
The current environment of toxic stress has created a mental health crisis among children and schools are in need of evidence-based solutions to address the issue, with up to $63 billion in Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief funds available for the purpose.
Building Compassionate Classrooms
Writer and educator, Jennifer Yoo-Brannon, shares her thoughts around cultivating classrooms where there is space for the big emotions that inevitably arise during childhood and adolescence.