Student Wellbeing and Leadership Program Interactive Livestream
The Student Wellbeing and Leadership Program Interactive Livestream provides accessible mental health education to all schools across Australia and equips students to better look after their mental health by increasing mental health literacy and providing practical strategies, tools and skills to maintain good mental health.
The Interactive Livestream is targeted at high school students, with different modules for different age groups, making it suitable for the whole school community. Sessions are interactive, stimulating and include Q&A, polling and discussion, enabling students to interact with their peers in real-time across Australia.
Friday, 10 March 2017 9.00am – 2.00pm AEST
Schools in Queensland are invited to participate in the FREE livestream. Participating schools will be required to fill in a feedback questionnaire.
If your school is based on the Gold Coast you have the option of attending our Gold Coast Student Program.
Schools will need the following facilities to participate in the interactive livestream:
- An internet connection (ADSL 2 or better),
- A suitable projector and screen
- Audio system for sound
- A suitable auditorium/hall/room to accommodate students comfortably for the duration of the event
- Each student should have an internet enabled digital device (eg smartphone, ipad or laptop) if they wish to participate in the polling and Q&A
Topics & Facilitators
- What’s Happening to My Brain?; A/Prof Michael Nagel, Researcher and Author, University of Sunshine Coast
- Stress Management: Coping with School and Study Stress; Andrew Fuller, Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist, Inyahead
- Understanding and Managing Anger, Aggression and Challenging Emotions; Melissa Abu-Gazaleh, Managing Director, Top Blokes Foundation
- Sexting: Understanding the Consequences; Brett Lee, Founder, Internet Safe Education