An Instructor’s Guide to Reducing Student Stress and Anxiety

An Instructor's Guide to Reducing Student Stress and Anxiety

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Orange, California – Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, college students were reporting record levels of stress and anxiety. According to the American College Health Association 2018 Fall National College Health Assessment63% of American students have experienced overwhelming anxiety throughout the year. More, stress can have an impact the academic performance of students and students with higher stress levels are more risk of withdrawing from college – often permanently. With these complex mental health issues, all hands are needed on the bridge to support student success.

A new review from Chapman University Schmid College of Science and Technology and Major challenges initiative provides instructors with actionable, evidence-based strategies to help tackle the continuing epidemic of stress and anxiety among college and university students, with a focus on students in STEM disciplines. Strategies can be implemented by new and experienced instructors to reduce students…

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