Symposium Paving the way for well-being at school

An event was organized for the various stakeholders in the education community as part of the well-being component of the Strategy. The symposium Paving the way for well-being at school aims to encourage reflection on the importance of well-being as essential to educational success.

The different aspects of well-being identified in the Strategy are the following: a safe and healthy climate, the development of social and emotional skills for adults and students, self-esteem, healthy lifestyle habits and the promotion of positive mental health and a sense of self-efficacy. The resources and tools have been organized in this section have been organized in this way.

Since well-being is a multifaceted concept, the resources and tools that have been developed often address more than one aspect at a time. For this reason, some of the suggested tools can be found in several places.

Conferences

  • Experts discuss the importance of well-being at school (video recording) This hyperlink will open in a new window.
  • Mindfulness (video recording) This hyperlink will open in a new window.
  • Mini-conferences
    • Supporting the continuation of the psychosocial development of adolescents  (C. Laurier, K. Pascuzzo and R. Paré-Beauchemin) 
    • Focusing on the development of socio-emotional competencies in yourself and in preschool-age children  (M.-A. Pelletier)
    • Learning to apply the emotional competencies required to enjoy well-being in teaching and better support students (N. Goyette)
    • Emotional competency to foster the educational success of students in VT and AGE (M.-H. Véronneau)
    • Positively influencing mental health and well-being in schools (M.-C. Roberge)
    • Promoting the development of social and emotional competencies in teachers (T. Montreuil)
    • School mental health in vocational training: Profile and solutions (J. Bluteau and A. Dubeau)
    • Developing the psychological well-being of students at school: From theory to practice (G. Papazian-Zohrabian)
  • Sneak Peek (video recording) This hyperlink will open in a new window.

Last update: May 17, 2022

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