The term “student engagement” has often been misunderstood or underestimated in its impact on the overall well-being of learners.

However, this needs to be reevaluated. 

Student engagement can have a transformative impact on student experience as it significantly influences mental health and academic success.

 

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In this blog post, we will explore the relationship between student engagement and mental well-being.

 

Understanding Student Engagement

Student engagement goes beyond the classroom experience.

It encompasses a student’s emotional investment, active participation, and sense of belonging within the educational environment.

When students are engaged, they take ownership of their learning journey, actively collaborate with peers, and invest themselves in academic and extracurricular activities.

Engaged students exhibit higher levels of academic performance, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities. But, its impact goes beyond academics; it positively influences mental health and well-being.

 

 

Student Engagement and Mental Health – A Positive Correlation

Reduced Stress and Anxiety:

 

 

Enhanced Self-Esteem and Confidence:

 

Sense of Belonging:

 

 

Seeking Help:

 

Development of Coping Mechanisms:

 

Purlos Engage: Revolutionising Student Engagement

At Purlos, we have developed Purlos Engage, designed to enhance student engagement in post-16 education and employability sectors. 

This managed service leverages cutting-edge technology, utilising a digital assistant to automate data collection through WhatsApp. 

By replacing conventional and often inefficient methods of communication, Purlos Engage offers unparalleled efficiency and effectiveness in engaging students.

Our digital assistant collates unique insights and data, providing our clients with a comprehensive view of student engagement levels, preferences, and interactions. 

Armed with this valuable information, educational institutions and employability providers can tailor strategies to maximise engagement, ultimately boosting mental well-being.

Additionally, institutions are able to empower students with the knowledge of available resources and support, contributing to a more positive, enriching and mentally healthy student experience.

 

 

Conclusion

In education today, student engagement plays a significant role, impacting both academic success and mental health. 

Purlos Engage is not only a tool that can improve student engagement levels, but have a wider impact on student experience and improve mental well-being.

By harnessing the power of technology, we aim to revolutionise student engagement, ensuring that every student is actively involved, supported, and guided on their educational journey. 

To learn more about Purlos Engage, connect with our team HERE.

 

Amber Cousins