Student well-being is a shared responsibility of all people at ISU, including faculty, staff, administrators, and the students themselves. This workshop (developed by the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) and the Student Health and Wellness Unit of the Division of Student Affairs provides a variety of evidence-based strategies that help us make small shifts in our learning, teaching, mentoring, supervising, and advising that could make a difference in our student’s well-being. The shared strategies apply to diverse contexts, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs, and include ideas for small-scale and large-scale changes.
Objective 1: Describe how well-being impacts learning upon reviewing an infographic, watching a video, and completing a brief post-program survey.
Objective 2: Identify (and discuss) a strategy to promote well-being by reading/listening, and in small group discussion; with the option to share in large group and in the brief post-program survey.
Objective 3: Recognize the significance of normalizing help-seeking as integral to well-being by listening. and in small group discussion; with the option to share in large group and in the brief post-program survey.
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