The Learning Thermometer comprises a series of surveys completed by students throughout the semester to encourage them to reflect on their learning and wellbeing and link them with timely strategies, resources and services, when needed. It also provides regular group feedback to teaching staff about progress towards learning outcomes and the usefulness of aspects of the learning environment and resources to inform teaching practice.
Enhancing Student Wellbeing provides resources for curriculum design
Respect. Now. Always. An initiative to ensure that our universities are places of safety and respect.
Australian nutritional guidelines to guide initiatives to provide nutritous, affordable food on campus.
Australian physical activity guidelines to guide initiatives for an active campus community.
Care · Collaborate · Connect: Journalism Training for journalism students to provide them with the knowledge, attitudes, skills, and confidence to report news stories that involve suicide in a way that minimises stigma and the risk of suicide contagion.
thedesk has modules to help develop a
- healthy identity
- emotional and behavioural regulation
- interpersonal skills
- problem-solving skills
Sense of Belonging
The Learning Thermometer connects students with relevant academic and wellbeing supports, as needed.
thedesk Staying Connected module helps students develop skills to develop and maintain healthy relationships.
Care Collaborate Connect: Psychological First Aid is a self-directed online course to help students and staff develop and maintain healthy sleep, nutrition and physical activity.
thedesk is web-based program to that promote health, wellbeing, and success in tertiary students.
- Orientation – On Track for Success self-evaluation tool for students. The My 168 tool helps students prioritise commitments and assess their time available for study.
- Before assignments are due – Getting Things Done modules
- When assignments are returned – Using Feedback tool
- Feeling Good modules
SayWhen promotes has tips and ideas to help students stay in control of their drinking.
Care Collaborate Connect: Psychological First Aid is a self-directed online course to help students and staff learn about coping and how to support friends and family when they’re upset to prevent mental illness and suicide.
The Learning Thermometer comprises series of surveys completed by students throughout the semester to encourage them to reflect on their learning and wellbeing and link them with timely strategies, resources and services, when needed.
thedesk is web-based program to promote the health, wellbeing and success of tertiary students. Before assignments are due – Staying calm module.
Care · Collaborate · Connect: Suicide Prevention is an advanced version of Psychological First Aid that equips health professional students with the skills to provide consumer-centred mental healthcare.
Treatment of Illness
Early, effective treatment for physical and psychological problems can limit the impact on functioning.
If you are unsure who is best to help, start with Your General Practitioner