Participants in this panel discussion explore strategies for building a culture of caring in higher education classrooms.
Dr. Brian Steinberg guides teachers on critical reflection, where they examine their own teaching practices to identify strengths and weaknesses.
Dr. Joab Corey discusses the importance of promoting student mental and physical health, particularly due to the lack of physical activity resulting from remote learning.
Dr. Joab Corey shares proven tips for fostering student well-being using virtual break rooms.
Discover ways to balance student well-being and healthy boundaries effectively.
Yours, Mine, and Ours: Addressing Student, Educator, and Collective Mental Health in Times of Crisis
Mary McNaughton-Cassil’s session took place during Course Hero’s 2020 virtual Education Summit as a part of the Student-Centered Teaching track.
Dr. McNaughton-Cassill explores imposter syndrome in academia, including explanations for its development and strategies for how to fight it.
Start the year off right by using these research-backed strategies to build authentic relationships with students.
Learn how to recognize the five signs of burnout and find solutions for reclaiming your well-being in the classroom.
Cynthia van Golen, PhD, explores the topic of faculty burnout and provides valuable insights and strategies to help educators overcome this common issue.
Dr. Nicole C. Jones Young shares how students can navigate the social landscape of college and build meaningful connections.
5 honest insights from faculty who learned how to prioritize their health and well-being in the midst of their busy schedules
As a former adjunct English professor, Elissa Caruth knows how to support these educators, deepening their connection to campus and colleagues.
Biology professor Richard Foreman, PhD, says studies show students may need third, fourth, and fifth chances. (Why? Hint: Not all of them are like you!)
Psychology professor Dr. Mary McNaughton-Cassill offers 5 ways for educators to reduce stress and burnout—to support themselves as well as their students.
Psychology professor Dr. Mary McNaughton-Cassill outlines how educators should respond if they believe they have seen signs of mental illness in a student.
Mental Health or Just Immaturity? Recognizing Unhealthy Behaviors and Helping Students Find the Resources They Need
Psychology professor Dr. Mary McNaughton-Cassill discusses why educators may inadvertently overlook mental health problems among students.
Psychology professor Dr. Mary McNaughton-Cassill offers research and insights into student stress, to help educators better recognize and respond.
For Dr. Amanda Sebastienne Grant, teaching students awareness of how they relate to others in society is the most important lesson in psychology.
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Laura Lee Summers, PhD, provides a series of exercises to help you discover the importance of well-being in and outside of the classroom.
Lalaine Sevillano, PhD, shares practical strategies for empowering students, creating an inclusive classroom, and fostering community.