Tag Archives: mental health

Students learn to skate through a university course

BATESVILLE, Ark. (KAIT) – Dr. John Becker is a California native who knew when he moved to Arkansas that he wanted to bring a piece home, and that’s exactly what he’s doing at Lyon College. The assistant professor of philosophy introduced a one-hour credit skateboard course, which was well received …

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States’ TikTok survey expands scrutiny of popular social media app

What is TikTok? Tik Tok is a short video app that allows users to create and share fun content with filters, music, animations and more. WASHINGTON – TikTok and its possible harmful effects on the mental health of child and adolescent users are being investigated by a bipartisan group of …

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Ethan Crumbley reading Harry Potter books, has ‘pretty excessive’ funds in commissioner, says sheriff

Oakland County judge to decide if Ethan Crumbley will stay in jail An Oakland County judge will issue a ruling next week on whether Oakland County Jail or the Children’s Village is the best place for the alleged Oxford High School shooter. PONTIAC, Mich. (FOX 2) – For nearly three …

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A Complete Course to Navigate College Admission

CLEVELAND, February 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — About Tuesday, March 8, 2022Your Teen Media will launch Destination→Collegea comprehensive eight-week online course for parents to guide their high school student through the college admissions process. Now in its second year, the course is designed to provide parents of high school students with …

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Mental health in schools: the Huron-Superior Commission has an app for that

Educators receive an update on student supports; Wednesday’s final reunion for outgoing director Rose Burton Spohn Students facing mental health issues in schools is not a new phenomenon, but the need for mental health support has increased throughout the COVID-19 pandemic due to the academic and social upheaval it has …

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Watch now: Bixby School Board votes to keep two disputed books on library shelves | Education

According to data compiled by the American Library Association, it was the most frequently challenged book among school libraries nationwide in 2017, in part due to a Netflix adaptation of the same name. Citing the potential to help identify students struggling with mental health issues, the school board voted unanimously …

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Ithaca College partners with mindfulness app for students

In an effort to address student concerns and needs regarding mental health support and services, Ithaca College has partnered with the mindfulness app Sanvello and is offering a free premium level version of the app to anyone. the world in college. The college is a JED Campus, which is a …

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Carmen Mitchell: There’s still time for Kentucky to reverse harmful criminal policies

The 2022 General Assembly has a great opportunity to build on the positive changes in penal policy since the last session. Raise the threshold at which theft becomes a crime, end the automatic transfer of some young people to adult court and ensure that people returning to their communities after …

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Katy ISD filter blocks LGBTQ+ websites

Students at the Katy Independent School District have asked the school district to unblock several LGBTQ websites and organizations under the district’s internet filters. After several complaints from the public and a student petition with over 1,300 supporters, the district finally decided to unblock some websites. But others like the …

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Katy ISD unblocks some LGBTQ websites after public outcry, but others remain banned – Houston Public Media

Cameron Samuels speaks at the Katy ISD board meeting on January 24, 2022. Katy ISD has unblocked some websites with LGBTQ mental health and education resources on her district-wide network after a group of students collected nearly 1,300 signatures for a petition calling for the removal of strict internet filters. …

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“Adulting” should be a course in universities

Although most elements are meant to be taught from home, church, other agents of society, schools, and institutions of higher learning, it is primarily the last mode of community learning before young adults do enter various industries. In Nigeria, over the years, the NYSC National Youths Service Corps has been …

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Justice Fund pilot program, a crash course in life skills for vulnerable neighborhood youth

A sprawling 160-hectare campground in Saint George, Ontario is the site of a unique 12-week pilot program for teens from Toronto’s most vulnerable neighborhoods. “Being able to participate in this program made me really happy,” said 15-year-old Kofi Oben. “The first week I was a bit confused, but as I …

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14 popular fields of study

If you are planning to upgrade to the third level, there are many factors that should be considered before deciding which course you want to take. For each field of study available, there are many courses offered, but the first step will be to research your interests. The following is …

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The Prince’s Trust Team course is inspiring – and you could be the next one

Helping unemployed youth find a new direction is the best part of the job of the Prince’s Trust team course instructors within the Education Training Collective. The 12 week personal development course offers the opportunity to develop life skills such as confidence, leadership and teamwork. With new courses starting in …

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CAHOOTS launches 101 course on mobile crisis response

Each CAHOOTS team consists of a nurse or an ambulance driver and a crisis worker. The curriculum for her new course aims to share what CAHOOTS workers have learned over decades. EUGENE, Oregon – In the summer of 2020, after the murder of George Floyd sparked a worldwide movement against …

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Siliguri: 2-day crash course to turn girls into ‘tigresses’

Siliguri Metropolitan Police Teams Up With The ICC For This Initiative, Which Literally Means Tigress, To Empower Women And Tackle Crimes Against Women Binita paul | Siliguri | Posted 12.12.21, 12:14 AM The Siliguri Metropolitan Police (SMP) launched Baghini, a unique initiative to train girls aged 17 and over in …

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Free app designed by British Columbia offers mental health course for men – Castlegar News

A new mental health initiative designed for men called “It’s Tough To Talk” is completely free via the “he”. application. Release of free men’s mental health course follows 2021 statistical report on drug overdose deaths in British Columbia Men account for 79% of all overdose deaths in British Columbia, according …

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United Kingdom m-Health App Market Report 2021 with Yecco, Emis Group, Ampersand & Ampersand, Handle My Health, Philips Healthcare, Apple, Medtronic

DUBLIN, November 29, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The report “United Kingdom m-Health App Market – Forecasts from 2021 to 2026” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The UK mHealth application market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 22.43% to reach US $ 1,111.589 million by 2026, from US …

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Charity launches unique anti-bullying app for students

A one-of-a-kind app has been developed by Renfrewshire students and a hate crime charity to support their mental health and well-being. The Keep Safe Kids app is available to all children and young people in Renfrewshire and allows them to report bullying and welfare issues directly to their school – …

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In defense of traditional learning and paper books

Students already face many challenges in school, such as bullying and peer pressure. Many also experience difficult life decisions, such as choosing between various career paths at a young age. Since the start of the pandemic, students have faced an additional challenge: the new and difficult course of online school, …

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Cowra Library lends a helping hand to Books for the Outback | Cowra Guardian

For many Cowra residents, it’s easy to take a visit to the local library for granted. However, for those who live in remote areas of New South Wales and South Australia, that’s a whole different story. The Cowra Library has partnered with Books for the Outback as a donation drop-off …

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Higher Ground Books & Media Releases “Quavers’ Wish” by Sarah Brady

Springfield, OH, October 24, 2021 – (PR.com) – Now available on Kindle and for paperback pre-order. In “Quavers’ Wish”, a shy duckling named Quavers was born without a right wing. Not having a right wing, Quavers has difficulty following the other ducklings. Croches wish they could soon be like other …

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WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY: Mental health issues in books for young adults

October 10, marked as World Mental Health Day, we aim to raise awareness about mental health issues – a conversation that sadly is always on tiptoe as there is a veil of stigma around it. However, young adult books have recently done an exceptionally valuable job in incorporating mental health …

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First-of-its-Kind TUSD App Connects Students with Free Mental Health Support | Local News

The development and funding of the app for three years of mental health support services was made possible by approximately $ 800,000 in emergency relief funds for elementary and secondary schools, federal dollars donated to schools during pandemic, Brown said. She credited TUSD Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo and his management team. …

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