Student wellbeing is a key priority as schools and systems prepare for recovery and rebuild, post Covid-19. Recently, Evidence for Learning released a global first systematic review on the state of evidence on student wellbeing and shares findings on effective interventions and implementation across seven wellbeing approaches including belonging, engagement, and SEL.
This webinar shares the findings from the critical appraisal of 75 included studies and 432 outcomes to understand the extent of the impact of wellbeing interventions on student wellbeing and learning.
Join us for our last webinar of 2020 as we explore the findings and consider the opportunities available to schools and systems by building on this work. We encourage educators from schools and systems, as well as program providers and those with an interest in student wellbeing to join us in this conversation.
What you will learn:
- Explore the key findings and recommendations drawn from the recently released systematic review on student wellbeing aimed at investigating the links to wellbeing and academic outcomes.
- Hear about implementation strategies that are most effective and how these can be implemented in schools to improve student wellbeing and learning.
- Consider opportunities to build on the evidence from this rigorous review in your system or own school setting.
This webinar will be facilitated by Dr Tanya Vaughan in conversation with Dr Katherine Dix, Senior Research Fellow at ACER, Michael Rosenbrock, Assistant Principal at Wodonga Senior Secondary College, and Dr Pauline Ho from Evidence for Learning.
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- Australasian Research Summary: Social and emotional learning
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