Center for Resilience and Wellbeing in Schools

About Center for Resilience & Wellbeing in Schools

The Center for Resilience and Wellbeing in Schools is a national resource hub created to facilitate safe, supportive school environments and to provide national leadership in the promotion of safe and supportive school environments. 

We care about social, emotional, mental and behavioral
health, academic achievement, and resilience.

We strive to develop and support trauma-sensitive,
culturally responsive structures and practices at our Center
and for school environments.

 

  • Display name: Center for Resilience and Wellbeing in Schools
  • City/region: Boulder

Infographics to learn more about CRWS

AboutCRWS.pdf

Learn more about the Center for Resilience and Wellbeing in Schools

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CapacityBuilding.pdf

Learn more about the trainings we offer

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eLearning.pdf

Learn more about the eLearning courses we are developing

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Let'...nect.pdf

Learn more about our family-focused program, Let's Connect

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RISE.pdf

Learn more about our school-based program, Rise

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Contact information

  • Country: United States
  • City/region: Boulder
  • Business phone: 303.735.4208
  • Postal address: Center for Resilience & Wellbeing in Schools
    Institute of Behavioral Science
    University of Colorado at Boulder
    UCB 483

  • Email address: monica.fitzgerald@colorado.edu

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We collaborated with a local middle school to create our eLearning course for educators. This theatre class served as our cast and crew for the production, along with Two Tigers Media (https://www.twotigersvideo.com/) who handled video production, this collaboration was both exciting and meaningful! The students deeply impacted the content and provided continuous feedback so that we could create a course that accurately reflected the middle school experience. And, we had a lot of fun!

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