Mental health and wellbeing: Educational perspectives provides a significant overview of the matter of mental health and wellbeing with particular relevance to educational contexts. Comprising peer-reviewed chapter contributions from prominent Australian and international researchers and practitioners, this book presents an authoritative and diverse account of: ;links between wellbeing and learning ;interventions and initiatives in the field ;evidence based practice guidelines ;policy and practice examples. This book is edited by Adjunct Professor Rosalyn Shute, with editorial contributions from Professor Phillip Slee, Professor Rosalind Murray-Harvey and Dr Katherine Dix, all of whom are members of the Flinders Centre for Student Wellbeing & Prevention of Violence (SWAPv), Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia.
"Provides a significant overview of the matter of mental health and wellbeing with particular reference to educational contexts ... Presents an authoritiative and diverse account of: links between wellbeing and learning; interventions and initiatives in the field; evidence based practice guidelines; policy and practice examples." -- Back cover.
Section 1. Promoting social and emotional wellbeing
Section 2. School bullying : a threat to wellbeing
Section 3. A focus on teachers
Section 4. A relationships perspective
Section 5. The role of teaching and learning on student mental health and wellbeing
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