In order to understand and improve students’ wellbeing in the teaching and learning environment at Warwick University, Dr Elena Riva (IATL) together with Sarah Ashworth (Head of Mental Health & Wellbeing), have received Warwick Innovation Fund, IATL, and WIHEA support for a project 'Improving students' wellbeing in the teaching and learning environment' which seeks to identify and promote pedagogic practices that can be embedded in the teaching and learning environment that promote students’ wellbeing and mental health awareness.
In particular, as part of this workshop, the whole research team will present the phase 1 report that captures the results of a series of focus groups ran with the primary aim of understanding the current status of Warwick students’ wellbeing in the teaching and learning environment, as well as identifying key themes that need to be addressed in order to improve it. In particular, this report sets out four key findings and defines some ‘working tools’ to ensure that students and academics are effectively supported.
Come along if, as a student or staff member, you are interested in making a difference in this area or if it is something you want to know more about!
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