We are excited to announce the following content updates to the ChatterHigh platform! Look out for these new Modules and questions in the Daily Quiz.
Our updated mental health and wellness modules help students explore information and resources from leading mental health organizations like Kids Help Phone, the Canadian Mental Health Association, and more. Modules include:
To learn more about what is covered and download the question booklet, click here.
Students can also explore mental health services in their province or territory. Want to be updated when a module becomes available for your province or territory? Or, have a mental health resource you would like included in your regional module? Let us know!
New to the platform this year, the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion modules lead students across Canada into the website of a leading national organization that champions diversity and mental health, like We Matter or Kids Help Phone. Resources include information on recognizing stereotypes and discrimination, encouraging help-seeking behaviour, inspiring compassion, building awareness and more!
ChatterHigh has partnered with the Stigma-Free Society, a non-profit committed to combating stigma of all kinds, with a focus on mental health. The new “Stigma-Free Modules” will guide students in grades 6-12 through all of the resources and activities in the Stigma-Free Society's Student Mental Health Toolkit.
We’re excited to announce a new partnership with Jack.org, Canada’s only charity training and empowering young leaders to revolutionize mental health in every province and territory. The new Jack.org modules will guide students in grades 6-12 across Canada through their globally recognized programs for youth.
As students begin entering part-time work and thinking about their future career paths, it’s important they know about their rights and responsibilities at work. That’s why we are excited to partner once again with WorkSafeBC in order to bring students valuable information that will serve them for the rest of their lives. They will also become more aware of the impact of COVID-19 in the workplace and how to stay safe.
Our USA Mental Health Modules have been updated to provide more information for students across the country. Students will engage with content from leading national mental health organizations, like the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Teens Health, and more. Students will explore topics like:
To learn more about what is covered, click here.
Students can now dive into dedicated educational, career, and labour market information on the platform from the following organizations and institutions: