Teach Wellbeing
Empower Students
Impact Lives for Happiness

Frequently Asked Questions

Why choose this course?

Mental health and well-being are the foundation of academic performance. A positive mindset, reduced stress, and enhanced focus are just a few of the outcomes.
The Mental Health and Wellbeing Toolkit is designed to seamlessly integrate into school curricula, making it easy for trainers and teachers to incorporate well-being into their classes.

What unique benefits does the Mental Health and Wellbeing Toolkit offer to secondary educators?

Our toolkit is specifically designed to meet the needs of secondary school educators. It provides comprehensive mental health training, activities and lesson plans that are easily integrated into your existing curriculum, promoting mental health awareness and practical wellbeing strategies among students.

How does this course equip educators to address mental health in schools?

The course offers a rich array of resources including a detailed mental health and wellbeing syllabus, ready-to-use mental health lesson plans for schools, and interactive mental health activities. These tools are designed to foster a supportive classroom environment and to enhance students’ mental resilience.

Can the Mental Health and Wellbeing Toolkit be used to build a mental health curriculum?

Absolutely. The toolkit includes a full suite of materials to facilitate construction of a robust mental health curriculum. From mental health lesson plans to a comprehensive syllabus, you’ll have all that you need to empower your students with vital life skills for their wellbeing.

Is this toolkit suitable for creating mental health lesson plans?

Yes, it is. The toolkit contains a variety of mental health lesson plans tailored for school educators. These plans are not only informative but also engaging, ensuring that students are actively involved in learning about mental wellbeing.

What makes the ‘Science of Happiness’ component of this course relevant for my students?

The ‘Science of Happiness’ portion of the course provides evidence-based strategies that empower students to apply the insights of positive psychology and recent scientific research. It goes beyond theory, offering practical applications that students can use to improve their own mental health and wellbeing.

How does the Mental Health and Wellbeing Toolkit support mental health training for teachers?

Our toolkit offers a specialized track for mental health training for teachers, focusing on how educators can both personally benefit from, and professionally implement, wellbeing practices. The training is designed to be practical, insightful, and directly applicable to classroom settings.

Can I preview the course to see if it fits my needs?

Of course! We encourage you to watch the free previews available on our landing page. This will give you a firsthand look at the course content and how it can be utilized to benefit your students’ mental health and wellbeing.

How does this course approach student mental health differently from traditional methods?

Our Mental Health and Wellbeing Toolkit takes a holistic approach to student health that is intended to complement crisis management, emphasizing proactive and preventive strategies that foster resilience and enhance happiness among all students. This course stands apart by integrating insights from recent scientific research as well as positive psychology, highlighting how biological factors such as nutrition, sleep, and screen time, as well as psychosocial factors such as interpersonal relationships, strongly impact mental health. It equips educators with tools that have been shown, both in Asia as well as the West, to strengthen students’ self-efficacy and elevate their positive emotions.

How can I benefit from this course?

If you are interested in providing your students with up-to-date information on mental health and wellbeing, that shows students how to put the theory into practice, and covers the many components of happiness, this course is for you! We encourage you to watch the free previews.

How long does the course take to complete?

As long as you like! Each of the videos lasts from 5-10 minutes. The course is completely self-paced. The practical exercises are optional though we strongly recommend you try out as many as you can. Along with “Prisha’s (very funny) Tips,” they provide valuable guidance on how to bridge theory and practice.

How is this course different from the “Science of Happiness: Theory and Practice?”

This toolkit includes the same content as the “Science of Happiness,” and much more. Designed for trainers and educators, it contains ready-made lesson plans, a detailed syllabus, including fun activities for the classroom, colorful slides to summarize content, and engaging videos.

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