The Circle of Stress

By Tamara Fyke Although we are entering into Year three of pandemic life, there have been some hidden blessings. One is the rising awareness of […]

Learners: Happier, Healthier, Here’s How

By Betsy Hill and Roger Stark The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need to better understand and address mental health in more effective ways. According […]

Student Mental Health is a Puzzle: Here’s How to Make the Pieces Fit Together

  By Kevin Dorsey and Zach Vander Veen Where does Social Emotional Learning (SEL) fit in? Through the framework of SEL, students can develop skills […]

Panel Discussion: Diversity in Leadership

Yesterday I took part in a panel discussion on the invite of The Millennium Universal College. Billed as an initiative of the Career Development Center […]

Back to ‘what’ Normal? #AulaCon

Last week (May, 2021) I attended my first ever totally online event since the pandemic started in March 2020. This was a big thing for […]

Using Technology to Foster Student Wellbeing

By Ian Fagan and Julian Fagan Since the start of the pandemic, the incidence of students struggling with anxiety, emotional detachment and mental health issues […]

Bring Your Own Device For Learning (pt.2) #BYOD4L

Seven years ago (!) I was invited to join the founding team of the #BYOD4L team – ‘Bring Your Own Device for Learning’. An experiment […]

Student Wellbeing: Helping Students Help Themselves

By Julian Fagan and Ian Fagan The Coronavirus pandemic and ensuing challenges from school and society closures have heightened awareness about the growing dangers to […]

Amplifying Student Voice: The Key to Improving Wellbeing

By Ian Fagan and Julian Fagan We used to believe that the good student is the quiet and conscientious student. In a classroom of 20 […]

Skodel Raising Funds and Student Voice

Skodel, the Australian company pioneering student wellbeing check-ins, has raised $1.8 million to help fund its mission to give every student a voice that is […]

Changing the Dialogue Can Make a Big Difference in Student Wellbeing

By Ian Fagan and Julian Fagan Editor’s Note: This is part one of a three-part series on student wellbeing. Much has been made of the […]

Reading: ‘Best Practices for Use of Blended Learning’

So I’m thinking about blended learning again. Why? well, why not? It’s not just about the purely ‘online’ is it? One thing I had to […]

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