To assist you with effectively implementing the Mental Health & High School Curriculum Guide, we have designed a number of steps to help guide you through the classroom preparation and implementation of the on-line resource. Step 1 is a teacher knowledge self-test to help you understand your knowledge level before teaching and identify areas of need for knowledge enhancement. Step 2 is the teacher knowledge upgrade resource that we ask you to read to help you enhance your mental health knowledge. This resource can also be printed and used as a “textbook” for students in your classroom. Upon completing the Teacher Knowledge Update, it’s a good idea to go back and re-do the teacher self-test to ensure all components were covered. Step 3 provides educators with a student evaluation if they choose to use it in their classroom once they have taught the modules. Step 4 provides access to the 6 modules which we suggest you teach in the order in which they are provided. Step 5 is the PDF of the Guide resource which you can print off and use for your purposes.

Online Delivery of the Mental Health High School Curriculum Guide to Students

We have developed a supplemental Curriculum Guide Resource for teachers to use for online delivery to students during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This resource can be found under “Access Modules”.

For those teachers who would like to take the Curriculum Guide Training online in order to be able to implement this Mental Health Literacy Curriculum to their students, please click on this link to register:  http://pdce.educ.ubc.ca/mentalhealth/