Reasons and ways to integrate stress management in classrooms

According to the WHO, stress is defined as a state of anxiety or psychological tension resulting from demanding circumstances. It is a physical reaction in humans that motivates us to face and cope with difficulties and challenges in our lives. Stress is a universal experience, but how we manage and react to it has a significant impact on our overall well-being. Many students face a lot of stress, and it can affect their health, happiness, relationships, and grades. Learning how to manage stress is crucial to avoid negative impacts. If stress is not addressed, it may lead to mental health problems like depression and anxiety, impacting academic performance. While moderate stress can be motivating, excessive stress is a major concern, with 70% of students considering depression and anxiety a significant problem in their school community. Common stressors for students include school, homework, extracurricular activities, social challenges, transitions (like graduating or living independently), relationships, and work. To address these issues, it’s important to focus on prevention through effective time management and proactive steps to avoid becoming overwhelmed. They are some techniques that every educator-teacher can learn to their pupils, so they could achieve stress management and enjoy the benefits of it, like Improved Concentration, Increased Motivation, Enhanced Creativity, Enhanced Creativity, and Improved Problem-Solving Skills etc.




Number of Participants

min 7 - max 20


Regular Fee: 480.00 €
VIP Fee: 700.00€ - 800.00€


From this training Course, the participants will understand the concept of stress and the effectiveness they have in physical reaction of students and the challenging circumstances the students are facing in periods that they are stressed, while they will recognize and analyze the various stressors that students commonly face, such as academic pressures, transitions, and social challenges. Also, the participants will get deeper knowledge and they will emphasize the definition of stress management and its importance in maintaining overall health, happiness, relationships, and academic performance. Participants of this training will be encouraged to adopt proactive strategies, including effective time management, to prevent overwhelming levels of stress and will be equip with practical stress management techniques that can be shared with students, promoting their well-being and resilience.


The training course adopts a multi-faceted approach to ensure an engaging and meaningful learning experience for teachers. The lecture and presentations will provide a solid foundation of knowledge, complemented by interactive workshops that engage participants in hands-on activities and group discussions for practical application. Insights from a guest speaker, a mental health professional involved with education, enrich understanding of stress management. The use of role-play and simulation engages participants in scenarios that help them understand student perspectives. Opportunities for peer-to-peer sharing foster a collaborative learning environment, while real-life case studies provide a platform for analysis and problem solving. Assignments and reflections encourage personal introspection about stress management strategies, and hands-on exercises allow for direct application of these techniques in a controlled environment. This holistic methodology ensures that the course is not only informative but also interactive and directly applicable to teachers’ daily experiences, empowering them with the necessary tools and knowledge to effectively support their students in managing stress.

Participants Profile


  • Welcome sessions 
  • Understanding Stress (Definition, impact in students’ life)
  • Group discussions and case studies on recognizing stress indicators
  • Case studies – Participants’ reflection on personal experiences with stress
  • Examining the relationship between unaddressed stress and mental health problems
  • Guess Speaker (psychologist – special needs support teacher)
  • Discussion in groups
  • Briefing of the previews day for the groups’ findings from the discussion
  • Small group discussions on creating a supportive classroom environment
  • Role of educators in promoting mental health awareness
  • Strategies for identifying signs of stress and mental health challenges in students
  • Importance of preventive measures in stress management
  • Developing personal and classroom strategies for stress prevention
  • Role playing
  • Practical Stress Management Techniques
  • Integrating stress management into daily routines
  • Application of stress management techniques in an educational context
  • Group exercise – make a stress management plan in classroom
  • Role of educators as mentors and support systems
  • Assessing the impact of stress management education on students
  • Closing of the course

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