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- Well-being Projects
- Well-being in Learning Environments
- WLE Dialogue Series
Faculty members and instructional staff across SFU are developing resources to foster well-being in learning environments. These resources include in-class activities, teaching practices, content to share with students, and much more.
Access the Quick Guides
- Download and learn more about Well-being through the Supervisory Process: A Guide to Action. Contributions from SFU faculty Champions and graduate students make this framework an excellent tool for navigating conversation.
- Need help fostering health and well-being in remote or online learning environments? Find practical tips, strategies and resources using our Guide to Embed Well-Being into Remote Learning Environments.
- Looking for easy tips on supporting student well-being? Explore our Guide to 10 Conditions for Well-being in Learning Environments with quick ideas you can implement today.
Rationale for this project
"It is widely accepted that health and well-being are essential elements for effective learning" (El Ansari and Stock, 2010).
When we support well-being in our learning environments, we can better support our students in reaching academic success. Read about the history and research that informs this project.
The Well-being in Learning Environments project is a network of SFU faculty members and instructional staff committed to creating conditions for well-being in learning environments. See examples of actions they’re taking.
Well-being through the Supervisory Process: A Guide to Action
As part of the Student Experience Initiative, SFU Health Promotion, Health and Counselling Services and Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies developed a faculty and graduate student version of the Well-being through the Supervisory Process: A Guide to Action. Contributions from SFU faculty champions and graduate students make this framework an excellent tool for conversation.