- — Jonathan Rajalingam (@rajalingam)Sat, Sep 28 2013 13:57:05#g2echat2 Well-being is how prepared is a student to take on the tasks of the day (socially, emotionally and physically).
- — Andrew Campbell (@acampbell99)Sat, Sep 28 2013 13:58:19#g2echat2 Students are accepted as individuals and cared for at schools. Schools are a part of a network of support for all students.
- — Carina van Heyst (@CarinavanHeyst)Sat, Sep 28 2013 13:59:11
- — Jonathan Rajalingam (@rajalingam)Sat, Sep 28 2013 13:59:26#g2echat2 Schools support this as a priority: policies keep them safe, resources support metal health, feed them, teach friendliness
- — Sue Dunlop (@PrincipalDunlop)Sat, Sep 28 2013 13:59:29#g2echat2 Every student must feel safe, supported and able to explore their emerging identity through interaction with others and ideas.
- — Mary Heenan (@mlheenan)Sat, Sep 28 2013 13:59:36#g2echat2 student well being means they are ready and able to learn. School is just one agency responsible & must work with others as a team
- — Stacey Manzerolle (@smanzerolle)Sat, Sep 28 2013 14:01:12
- — Peter J. LeBlanc (@LeBlancPeter)Sat, Sep 28 2013 14:01:36
- — Fred Galang (@NomadCreatives)Sat, Sep 28 2013 14:02:29A2: This means that the school culture (est. by its immediate stakeholders - Ss, Ts, Admin & support) accepts & respects all. #g2echat
- — Debbie Axiak (@DebbieAxiak)Sat, Sep 28 2013 14:07:05
- — Julie Balen (@jacbalen)Sat, Sep 28 2013 14:14:38Students' well-being = intellectual, emotional, physical health is supported. School is one member of the students' support team. #g2echat2
- — Jennifer Chan (Jenn) (@jennzia)Sat, Sep 28 2013 20:08:25Students are like all of us, in need of respect, agency & purpose. To learn is to crave more and put it into application #g2echat2
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