ISM research has consistently identified predictability and support and faculty culture as primary predictors of student performance, satisfaction, and enthusiasm. New ISM research into student stress and well-being has examined stress, life satisfaction, meaningfulness and usefulness of work, and what students would change about their schools. We can use these data findings to inform decisions that impact our students’ experience and safety at our schools, which ultimately drives enrollment demand.
This is the second Webinar in a two-part series. It provides an overview of the research on student stress, well-being, and experience, why it matters, how to assess it, and what to do about it.
- The latest ISM research on private-independent school student stress and well-being
- The latest ISM research on student engagement and what they would change
- Tools for assessing the student experience
- Concrete ways to reduce stress for students and foster a positive environment where all students can thrive
Total run time is 60 minutes. The presentation will run approximately 45 minutes with15 minutes designated for Q&A.
Who Should Attend:
All private-independent school administrators