Mental health literacy is the foundation for mental health promotion, prevention and care and can be developed through classroom-based curriculum implementation that has been scientifically shown to improve mental health related outcomes for students and also for their teachers. A Canadian-developed, nationally and internationally-researched resource, the Mental Health and High School Curriculum Guide (the Guide) – previously available only through face-to-face delivery – is now available online.
In this course, educators will learn how to apply this classroom-ready, web-based, modular mental health curriculum resource as well as develop their own mental health literacy. Educators can then use this resource designed to be delivered by regular classroom teachers to successfully address mental health related curriculum outcomes to students aged 12 to 19.
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