Supporting Student Mental Health and Safety During Remote Learning

Impero Software has created a free eBook, “Supporting Student Mental Health and Safety During Remote Learning” with tips to help schools identify and address issues such as cyberbullying and concerns about students’ wellbeing during distance learning. The eBook provides insight and advice from experts Joe Laramie, founder of the Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and Holly Kelly, a former teacher who is now the regional educational technology coordinator of the Learning Technology Center of Illinois. In the eBook, they share tangible resources and tips about how to identify and address troubling behavior in an online environment including:

  • Recognizing signs of child abuse or neglect in remote learning environments
  • Limiting cyberbullying in online learning environments
  • Supporting mental health in schools including COVID-Specific crises and how to support teachers’ mental health
  • Choosing the right technology to support student safety and mental health

To download the eBook, visit this link.

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