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.
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
|Event||Students, Transition, Achievement, Retention, and Success Annual Conference - Stamford Grand Glenelg, Adelaide, Australia|
Duration: 2 May 2017 → 5 May 2017
|Conference||Students, Transition, Achievement, Retention, and Success Annual Conference|
|Period||2/05/17 → 5/05/17|
- Student wellbeing
- psychological interventions