Learner wellbeing is a complex psychological state that can broadly be understood as how learners feel and function in the context of education. The wellbeing of learners is essential for their academic success, personal growth, and overall happiness. In this course participants will gain an understanding of contemporary theories and practices related to learner wellbeing, and learn practical skills for building collaborative and capacitate connections with learners. This short course is designed to offer practical strategies and techniques for a wide range of professionals in education, including teachers, school counselors, social workers, school administrators and others (parents and caregivers) who are interested in promoting learner wellbeing. It will provide opportunities to participants to reflect critically on their own beliefs about learner wellbeing, and explore how to create a positive learning atmosphere for learners.
On successful completion of this course it is intended that the participants will gain the following knowledge, skills and competencies:
Skills and Competencies