Well-being in Learning Environments

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

Overview (VIDEO)

How educators at SFU are creating conditions for well-being in learning environments


6th Annual Healthy Campus Champion Reception: January 16, 2018, Diamond Alumni Centre

Examples (PDF)

A list of teaching practices that support well-being

Join the network

Stay connected with others interested in well-being in teaching and learning.

For more information

Contact the SFU Health Promotion team:

   Healthy Campus Community
   Teaching and Learning Centre

Related links at SFU

Well-being in Learning Environments

It is widely accepted that health and well-being are essential elements for effective learning.  

W. El Ansari & C. Stock*
*El Ansari, W., & Stock, C. (2010). Is the Health and Wellbeing of University Students Associated with their Academic Performance? Cross Sectional Findings from the United Kingdom. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 7: 509-527.
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