Curriculum for wellbeing - embedding emotional regulation strategies into undergraduate programmes
Curriculum Enhancement Internship Project funded by the Teaching and Learning Academy
My colleague Kalum and I have implemented emotional regulation strategies and wellbeing goals as part of a “curriculum for wellbeing” approach to a Level 4 module we work on together in the School of Education. At the end of the module (March 2023) we are encouraging focus groups and surveys on students perceptions of these strategies and warm-up exercises to inform future use. It is hoped that students respond positively to these exercises and report a benefit for their stress management and emotional regulation. We would like to present this as a “trial study”/preliminary findings although this is not intended to be publishable work at this point in time but may become research at a later date dependent upon the findings of the project.
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