MMG Education’s Multidimensional Student Wellbeing ‘Pulse’ Model

With an increased importance and focus being placed on student wellbeing in schools, MMG have available an advanced student wellbeing survey instrument - the MMG Multidimensional Student Wellbeing ‘Pulse’ Model.

The model has been developed and validated in close collaboration with school practitioners and lead researchers from the IPPE, Australian Catholic University, providing school leaders and wellbeing executive staff with research-informed feedback across a wide range of student wellbeing
areas.

MMG believes the model embraces the latest thinking in relation to effective measurement, monitoring and tracking of important student wellbeing areas.

The model has three key elements:

  1. School Wellbeing Drivers - Provides insights and measures of 9 key drivers of a school’s wellbeing program - validated with extensive MMG benchmarking data and tailored to each schools' programs
  2. Student Wellbeing Domains - Provides insights and measures for 15 key wellbeing domains, developed by IPPE, Australian Catholic University - validated with extensive MMG benchmarking data
  3. Self Determination Theory - Provides measurement of three critical determinants of student motivation and psychological wellbeing - validated with extensive MMG benchmarking data

The MMG Multidimensional Student Wellbeing ‘Pulse’ Model can track individual student data for key wellbeing areas that can feed into the School’s student wellbeing plans and dashboards.

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To download the MMG Multidimensional Student Wellbeing ‘Pulse’ Model Information Pack below.

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