This important book is a practice-facing, evidence-based guide for teachers, support staff, education students and schools, giving advice on the ways in which we can support the mental well-being of pupils from diverse backgrounds.
– What Teachers Need to Know to Support Pupils from Diverse Backgrounds
Teachers see the impact of pupils’ mental well-being on the experience of school every day. But often there is not enough practical advice on what can be done to support pupils who might need help and especially for pupils from diverse backgrounds, who might face unique challenges. This important book is a practice-facing, evidence-based guide for teachers, support staff, education students and schools, giving advice on the ways in which we can support the mental well-being of pupils from diverse backgrounds.
Bringing together advice and strategies for supporting pupil mental health and well-being, this book makes accessible key knowledge about mental health and examines how this might vary in different pupil populations by exploring the unique challenges for disadvantaged and minority pupils. Offering valuable insights into the diverse nature of pupils’ mental health experiences, each chapter provides practical suggestions and approaches that teachers can use in the classroom and schools can adopt into their pastoral care systems.
Including real-life case studies and key takeaways, Mental Well-being in Schools will be valuable reading for teachers in primary and secondary schools as well as school leaders.
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About the Authors:
Arif Mahmud is a Lecturer in Education Studies and a member of the Centre for Learning, Teaching and Human Development at the University of Roehampton. He researches on social, emotional, and mental health experiences of young people in national and international contexts with a focus of developing and evaluating intervention programmes.
Liam Satchell is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Winchester and a member of the Childhood and Youth Psychology Research Group. He is an applied psychologist and methodologist with expertise in mental health and well-being, educational psychology, and applying research to everyday challenges.
Ages: 5-8 (Lower Primary), Ages: 8-10 (Middle Primary), Ages: 10-12 (Upper Primary), Ages: 12-15 (Junior Secondary), Ages: 15-18 (Senior Secondary)
Arif Mahmud, Liam Satchell
David Fulton Publishing, Routledge
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