A Research Initiative
Well-Being & Well-Becoming in Schools in Canada
The Well-Being & Well-Becoming in Schools in Canada Research Initiative brings to you a collection of readings and resources that can help educators promote teacher and student mental health and well-being during the pandemic. In this page, you can also find helpful links to organizations and institutions which have also put similar initiatives in place, and the contacts of scholars who are willing to provide talks for professional development in the area of teacher and student well-being.
March 4, 2021
Visit our COVID-19 resources section to find activities developed by the PHE Canada, which can be used at school to reflect the most recent health and safety protocols, at home to support learners in a virtual setting, and those that can be used or modified for both learning contexts. All activities are downloadable for free as print-friendly activity cards.
March 16, 2021
What we do
The Schools of Well-Being podcast invites you to listen to conversations with fellow researchers and academics who explain the schools of thought that influence what they think well-being and well-becoming means and how it connects to schools, students, teachers, educational leaders, and communities.
This page provides information on research and scholarship of relevance to the work undertaken by members of the Research Initiative on Well-Being and Well-Becoming in Schools in Canada and others.
Through its work, the Research Initiative wants to contribute to a productive public discourse on the role of well-being and well-becoming in school education. This section provides different kinds of resources in support of such a productive public discourse.
Due to COVID-19 a conference on well-being and well-becoming in schools planned for Fall 2020 has been moved to Fall 2021.
More details to come.