Exploring School Connectedness as Factor of Adolescent Mental Health
We are delighted to announce upcoming Session 11 of the IOE Fast-track Seminar Series in Education 2022 that will feature a presentation titled, “School Connectedness: An Important Aspect of Mental Wellbeing in Peer-victimized Adolescents” by Dr. Rayna Sadia (Riphah International University Islamabad, Pakistan).
Tuesday, May 24 @ 13:00 Moscow time on ZOOM
Conference ID: 8734296084FIVE
The seminar will include a quick presentation by the speaker and a subsequent Q&A session. It will last about half an hour in total.
Dr. Rayna Sadia, Assistant Professor, Riphah International University Islamabad, Pakistan
Rayna Sadia is an Assistant Professor at Riphah International University Islamabad, Pakistan. She recently got her Ph.D. in Traffic Psychology from Lingnan University Hong Kong. Her dissertation was about traffic safety and how personal factors (personality traits) of the driver could influence the driving environment in terms of safety of all stakeholders. She aimed to provide an intervention-based simulation that could help improve safer roads for everyone, especially in developing countries, where the road traffic accidents have huge impact on the economy. Along with her research in driving behaviors and traffic safety, she has also focused on terrorism catastrophizing and mental health of adolescents.