In the 2020-2021 academic year, over two-thirds of students considered leaving school due to emotional stress and almost a third of students linked challenges with their emotional and mental well-being to a longstanding decline in their academic performance. This session provides an overview of the pressures facing today’s students and what faculty and institutions can do to support them.Slides used in this video
Crowley, G. & Ramsay, N. (2022, June 8) Caring for the Whole Student [Video] Every Learner Everywhere and ASU Remote Faculty Summit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIo920KH0Yg&list=PLc9-1gBe1Xr_KX_6fu5NFtHi6IslxP3I3&index=2
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