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Frontiers in Educational Research, 2021, 4(7); doi: 10.25236/FER.2021.040716.

A Study on the Prevention Strategies of Adolescent Depression from the Perspective of Home-School Collaboration


Li Jiaojiao, Yuan Hailong

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Li Jiaojiao

Guangzhou Huashang College, Guangzhou 511300, Guangdong, China


This article mainly analyzes the mechanism of depression in adolescents, analyzes its impact on depression from the family and school levels. Discusses the prevention strategies for college students’ depression from the perspective of home-school collaboration: at the family level, family functions should be improved, and the relationship between school should be improved; At the school level, it is necessary to strengthen mental health education, enhance the level of professional commitment of students and the sense of belonging to the school, in order to provide reference value for the mental health work of colleges and universities. 


depression; family-school coordination; prevention strategy

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Li Jiaojiao, Yuan Hailong. A Study on the Prevention Strategies of Adolescent Depression from the Perspective of Home-School Collaboration. Frontiers in Educational Research (2021) Vol. 4, Issue 7: 82-85. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2021.040716.


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