|Spark a conversation with your students around mental health with this collection of resources, specifically created for primary and secondary students. |
These mini-lessons and playlists look at the many ways our mind and body deal with stress, fatigue, sadness, and anxiety.
Overarching Question: Is it normal to be anxious at school?
Coping with stress is a skill we need to teach at school across a wide breadth of subjects.
Start a conversation with your students about mental health and how taking care of our minds is just as important as taking care of our bodies.
Explore the wonders of the fantasy world created by a young girl to navigate the emotional landscape of her mother's depression.
Overarching Question: How do we define success and how does this definition impact our lives?
Overarching Question: Think about how we perceive people based on looks alone. How might these judgements limit our thinking, and what can we do to change our thinking and the thinking of others?
Overarching Question: When faced with negative life experiences, what actions can be taken to create a sense of well-being?
This playlist can be used to start a conversation with youth, or for your own professional and personal development.
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