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Wellbeing

Definition : An individual who is competent in wellbeing participates in an active, positive, and progressive process through which people become aware of, and make choices toward, reaching their full potential. 

Why this skill is important: Focusing on the varied facets of your wellbeing can inspire you to achieve and maintain a satisfying and healthy life. Having skills in wellbeing will help you manage your personal resources, relieve stress, and channel your energy and interests into satisfying pursuits inside and outside of the workplace.

 
LEVEL 1
Level 1 Wellbeing Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of Level 1 of the wellbeing badge, you will be able to:

  • Define wellbeing.
  • Identify the dimensions of wellbeing (career and academic, emotional, environmental, financial, physical, social and cultural, and spiritual).
  • Identify at least three available campus and community wellbeing resources, clubs, groups, services, or organizations.
  • Identify personal wellbeing.
     
Level 1 Wellbeing Activities

Complete the activities below to learn more about wellbeing. More detailed information, including links to articles and videos, will be available in Blackboard. The quiz for Level 1 of the wellbeing badge draws from this material.

  • Write a brief reflection detailing your knowledge of wellbeing before you complete any of the activities for Level 1.
  • Read and/or watch a video about wellbeing.
  • Read information about campus and community resources.
  • Complete the wellbeing self-assessment.
Level 1 Wellbeing Evidence

Once you submit your evidence, you will receive verification that you completed Level 1 for this skill badge.

  • Complete the online assessment about your knowledge of wellbeing and related resources.
  • Complete the wellbeing self-assessment required as part of wellbeing activities.
Level 2
Level 2 Wellbeing Learning Outcome

Upon completion of Level 2 of the wellbeing badge, you will be able to:

  • Participate in experiences that enhance each dimension of wellbeing.
  • Demonstrate behaviors associated with wellbeing. 
Level 2 Wellbeing Activities

More detailed information about the activities that qualify will be available in Blackboard.

  • Participate in three activities, or propose and gain approval for three activities in which to participate. If you want to propose an activity, use the Level 2 Activity Approval Application located in the Level 2 Forms & Info section in Blackboard. 
Level 2 Wellbeing Evidence

Complete the evidence portion of the badge after you participate in the three required activities for this skill. Once you submit the evidence below, you will receive verification that you completed Level 2 for this skill badge.

  • Provide evidence of participation in three unique activities.
  • Write a short (no more than 200 words) description for each activity in which you participated.
  • Reflect on the dimension of wellbeing you enhanced in each activity.
  • Write one goal to contribute to the personal growth or wellbeing of others. The goal must be specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely (SMART).
Level 3
Level 3 Wellbeing Learning Outcome

Upon completion of Level 3 of the wellbeing badge, you will be able to:

  • Contribute to the wellbeing of others.
  • Evaluate your wellbeing growth.
  • Establish three or more SMART goals to continue your wellbeing growth.
Level 3 Wellbeing Activities and Evidence

Complete the activities below to further present evidence of your wellbeing skill. Once you submit the evidence below, you will receive verification that you completed the wellbeing badge.

  • Lead one new activity (cannot use the same activities as Level 2) that helped you meet the goal you set during Level 2. 
  • Create a reflective piece that demonstrates your advanced wellbeing skill level.
  • Write three or more SMART goals to continue your wellbeing growth.