Fostering wellbeing, achievement, and lifelong success in a scalable online topic: Implementing evidence-based psychological interventions that improve academic, psychological, and professional outcomes

Lydia Woodyatt, Michelle Arnold

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

    Abstract

    Student wellbeing declines while at university. Our emerging initiative addressed this problem using the expertise of psychological scientists to develop curriculum that helps students learn and implement evidence-based strategies that increase resilience and the achievement of academic, personal, and professional goals. This curriculum was developed for online delivery to actively engage students in learning the evidence-based tools and practice using them over a semester. Initial results suggest our approach can address the triple concerns of student well-being, attrition, and work readiness within a scalable, adaptable, flexible delivery, elective topic.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2017
    EventStudents, Transition, Achievement, Retention, and Success Annual Conference - Stamford Grand Glenelg, Adelaide, Australia
    Duration: 2 May 20175 May 2017
    https://unistars.org/papers/STARS2017.pdf (Proceedings)

    Conference

    ConferenceStudents, Transition, Achievement, Retention, and Success Annual Conference
    CountryAustralia
    CityAdelaide
    Period2/05/175/05/17
    Internet address

    Keywords

    • Student wellbeing
    • psychological interventions
    • curriculum

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