The Everyday Mental Health Classroom Resource has been two years in development. It includes both research and practice elements, and is an excellent example of an “evidence-based, implementation-sensitive” approach to mental health programming in schools.
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Learn more about Everyday Mental Health Classroom Resource.
Learn more about the Everyday Mental Health Classroom Resource Field-Test in this one-page overview.
The following article, published in ETFO’s Voice Magazine, highlights Twyla Jackson’s experience as an educator in the development process of this resource, as well as her reflections related to the suggested practices. Learn more about Mental Health and Well-Being in Our Classroom.
The present resource anchors its categories, themes and practices in the SEL program review conducted by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Provincial System Support Program. A summary of the literature related to social emotional learning, and recent systematic reviews on this topic, also informs this project.
The purpose of this evidence brief is to outline the available evidence on specific mental health promotion interventions for school-aged children and youth.
Do programs led by teachers and offered to all students’ in a classroom, improve the social and emotional learning of students? Learn more about Enhancing students social and emotional learning.
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