If you're looking for a way to improve your personal well-being, as well as your academic achievements? Then this course is for you.
Academic well-being have garnered increased attention as a major university student’s health interest. This course is designed to provide participants with an in-depth understanding of new theories of well-being along with providing evidence of well-being directly influencing academic achievements. Each lesson will introduce the current findings on chosen well-being topic and will present strategies on how to practically incorporate such evidence-based well-being activities into university student's everyday life to support students' positive functioning. We will begin by reviewing scientific evidence accumulated in the field of positive psychology over more than two decades. We will also inspect well-being promotion at universities, as well as the efficiency of activities building well-being in the everyday life of university students. This research will be placed in the context of a relatively new framework, PERMA+4, which summarizes the building blocks of well-being typically targeted including physical health, positive mindset, creating positive environments, economic security, positive emotions, engagement, relationships, meaning and purpose, and achievement.
You will learn how to care for your own well-being in the specific university environment and as a part of your student’s lifestyle through each building block focused lectures, group discussions, and by practicing hands on well-being activities that can help you not only to thrive but also to get more successful at school!