An Ecological Approach to Promoting Student Well-Being: Q and A Panel

There is an important correlation between student well-being and student learning success. The well-being of both academic and professional staff is also critically relevant to whether a positive learning environment can be created in Australian universities that supports the important elements of STARS – students, transition, achievement, retention and success.

As the final session of the 2017 STARS Conference, this Q and A panel provides an opportunity for delegates to engage with and interrogate diverse perspectives on curricular and co-curricular approaches to promoting student and staff well-being in tertiary environments.

A collegial interactive session, it will be facilitated by Conference Co-Chair Rachael Field, providing a lively opportunity for conference delegates to question some of Australia’s foremost experts about issues of student and staff well-being in the tertiary sector.

Questions will be taken from the floor and can also be lodged ahead of the panel via the website in writing or by video.

 

There are two ways you can submit a question to the panel

1. Upload a video asking the question – click here to submit your video

or

2. Complete the form below.