Heather Hayes - A Deeper Look at Cameron’s Collection and Other Resources for Understanding Student Mental Health Needs - 443

Heather Hayes - Executive Education Consultant with Gale (A Cengage Company) - takes a deeper look at Cameron's Collection and other resources for understanding student mental health needs. This is episode 443 of Teaching Learning Leading K12.

Heather Hayes is an Executive Education Consultant with Gale, a Cengage Company. Heather earned her BA in English from James Madison University and a master of teaching with a concentration in English from Virginia Commonwealth University. As a former English literature teacher and in her role as an education consultant, Heather has a passion for ensuring that we teach the whole child, and that both the mental health and wellness and the academics of every child is fostered, nurtured, and protected—paving the way to each child’s unique path to success!

Gale, a Cengage company, partners with librarians and educators around the world to connect learners to essential content through user-friendly technology that enhances experiences and improves learning outcomes. For more than 65 years, Gale has collaborated with academic institutions, schools, and public libraries around the world to empower the discovery of knowledge and insights that push the boundaries of traditional research and advanced learners in all areas of life.

Today, we are focused on understanding how GALE can help you, that there are resources to help us understand mental health needs of our students and us, and learning more about the special resource  - Cameron’s Collection. 

Heather was a guest on episode 421. If you haven't listened yet that would be a great place to start and then come back to this episode. Follow this link to go there Episode 421 - Heather Hayes - an Executive Education Consultant with GALE, a Cengage Company - talks about Cameron's Collection a GALE Resource for Teen Mental Health.

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Length - 34:06

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