This two-part webinar is one of multiple projects offered by the McGill International Institute of Education (MIIE) sponsored by the WYNG Foundation. The theme for this year's projects is "Maximizing Youth Potential In A Complex World."
Dr. Nancy Heath is a James McGill Professor in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology and Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies with McGill University's Faculty of Education. She is an internationally recognized leader in the area of self-injury and has worked in collaboration with schools for more than 25 years, enhancing school response to mental health challenges including stress, anxiety, depression, and self-injury.
Traditional Chinese captions are available by clicking the Settings icon on the bottom right corner of the YouTube screen and changing the Subtitles (CC) option.
Part I: Understanding Student Stress
Part II: Responding Effectively to Student Stress
Mainland China Audience
For Mainland China audience, use the following links for videos on YouKu.
|Educational Resources for the Classroom developed by Dr. Nancy Heath|
|Traditional Chinese Transcripts|
|Simplified Chinese Transcripts|
|Hong Kong Audience - You're Invited! Dr. Nancy Heath's Public Lectures in Hong Kong on 23rd February 2019.|
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