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Using the WSCC as a Framework for Mental Healthcare for Teachers and Students

By Retta R. Evans, PhD, MCHES, and Sandra Sims, PhD, University of Alabama Birmingham

In the presentation below, Human Kinetics authors Retta Evans and Sandra Sims discuss the development of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model, the impact of stress on students and teachers, and the place for social-emotional health.

  

 

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Check out our titles in our Health Education, Physical Education, and Adapted Physical Education collections, including Health and Physical Education for Elementary Classroom Teachers 2nd Edition by Retta Evans and Sandra Sims.

 

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