Well-being in Learning Environments

Positive well-being is a key predictor for learning and student success. In partnership with the SFU Teaching and Learning Centre, SFU Health Promotion is working with instructional staff to create conditions for well-being within learning environments.

Below is an interactive diagram representing conditions for well-being in the learning environment. Click on each condition to explore relevant teaching practices and resources.

UPCOMING EVENT

Building Connections: Well-being in Teaching and Learning
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
10AM – 4:00PM
Halpern Centre, SFU Burnaby Campus
Register online by following this link
* We are using SFU's myInvolvement registration system. If you do not have an account, you will be prompted to create one.

 

 

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Join the Network

SFU’s Well-being in Learning Environments Network includes faculty, instructors and teaching assistants who are creating conditions for well-being in learning environments. Members are encouraged to try and share ideas from the Wellbeing in Learning Environments website. Project updates and events are also shared with network members.

To share your feedback, please click here 

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Examples from Professors at SFU

This video shares examples of teaching practices which impact well-being in learning environments at SFU. 

In The News

Profs share student wellbeing ideas - SFU News

Engaging Faculty for Well-being in Learning Environments - American College Health Association (ACHA)

Recognition

  • 2015 Best Practices in Health Award from the American College Health Association
  • 2014 Innovation Award from Canadian Association of College and University Student Services
  • 2013 Grant recipient of Bringing Theory to Practice Program (a division of the Association of American Colleges and Universities)