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Damien Che Michaud; Simone C. O. Conceição – New Horizons in Adult Education & Human Resource Development, 2023
The lack of understanding about the process by which individuals subjectively experience remote work in virtual teams led to a phenomenological study drawing data from 10 interviews with telecommuters, who worked remotely more than 80% of the time. Using in-depth, semi-structured interviews, study findings contribute to the literature on Virtual…
Descriptors: Teleworking, Teamwork, Work Environment, Social Experience
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Jordon Beasley – Childhood Education, 2024
While educators have limited control over the broader geo-political challenges and physical violence affecting school safety, mental and emotional distress that students experience must also be considered. There are ways to keep children safe and calm fears in the face of the growing unease associated with school shootings in the United States,…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Violence, Weapons, School Safety
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Carie Green – Early Child Development and Care, 2023
Although nature is recognized as a setting that stimulates children's joy and wonder, few studies have examined the negative emotions that children experience in nature. This qualitative study explored 4-5-year-old Alaskan children's emotional, behavioural, and cognitive expressions of fear and anxiety during an outdoor excursion. Data was…
Descriptors: Young Children, Anxiety, Fear, Environment
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Megan E. Gath; Laura Herold; Elise Hunkin; Lynn J. McNair; Bridgette Redder; Niina Rutanen; E. Jayne White – Journal of Early Childhood Research, 2024
The socio-emotional experiences of infants during transitions to early childhood education and care (ECEC) and across their first year in these out-of-home contexts are not well known. In an international project across five countries (New Zealand, Finland, Australia, Scotland and the United States), observational data, video of key moments, plus…
Descriptors: Infants, Early Childhood Education, Emotional Experience, Social Experience
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Lee, Soyoung – Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2022
This paper addresses the question of mental health, in particular the manner in which it finds its way into education. Increased attention to mental health in education should be welcomed, but often the focus is on 'problem-solving', which in turn confines the 'solution' within the spectrum of preventive and corrective intervention. Often it is…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Children, Education, Films
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Yin, Yue; Shanks, David R.; Li, Baike; Fan, Tian; Hu, Xiao; Yang, Chunliang; Luo, Liang – Metacognition and Learning, 2023
Emotional information pervades experiences in daily life. Numerous studies have established that emotional materials and information are easier to remember than neutral ones, a phenomenon known as the emotional salience effect on memory. In recent years, an emerging body of research has begun to explore the effect of emotion on metamemory.…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Emotional Response, Emotional Experience, Learning
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Davis, Charles P. – Cognitive Science, 2023
Conceptual knowledge is dynamic, fluid, and flexible, changing as a function of contextual factors at multiple scales. The COVID-19 pandemic can be considered a large-scale, global context that has fundamentally altered most people's experiences with the world. It has also introduced a new concept, "COVID" (or "COVID-19"), into…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Concept Formation, Semantics
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Verena Watzek; Martin Rehm; Regina H. Mulder – Interactive Learning Environments, 2024
Emotions in online collaboration have been largely neglected or considered as a static phenomenon. Therefore, the present study aims to explore dynamics of emotional reactions in online collaboration of Communities of Learners (CoL) based on the Emotions as Social Information (EASI) Theory. In addition, relationships between emotional reactions…
Descriptors: Outcomes of Education, Electronic Learning, Communities of Practice, Emotional Experience
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Walsh, Reubs J.; van Buuren, Mariët; Hollarek, Miriam; Sijtsma, Hester; Lee, Nikki C.; Krabbendam, Lydia – Journal of Early Adolescence, 2024
The frequency, intensity and variability of emotional experiences increase in early adolescence, which may be partly due to adolescents' heightened affective sensitivity to social stimuli. While this increased variability is likely intrinsic to adolescent development, greater mood variability is nevertheless associated with the risk of…
Descriptors: Early Adolescents, Psychological Patterns, Emotional Experience, Context Effect
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Laura Montanari – Journal of Transformative Education, 2024
This study investigates how songs and songwriting can facilitate transformative learning experiences. Semi-structured interviews conducted with three professional singer-songwriters from different backgrounds helped define how songs and songwriting can nurture one's soul work, that is, emotions individuation, dialogue between conscious and…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Singing, Musical Composition, Self Concept
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Eunbi Sim; Aliki Nicolaides – Journal of Transformative Education, 2024
Jack Mezirow's (1978, 1991, and 2008) transformative learning (TL) theory was developed with transforming society in mind. However, that intent has been overshadowed by a dominant focus on individual transformation and a rational cognitive approach to critically assessing assumptions as the path to transformation. We (the authors) wonder what…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Adult Education, Cognitive Processes, Environmental Influences
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Reinilä, Emmi; Kekäläinen, Tiia; Saajanaho, Milla; Kokko, Katja – International Journal of Behavioral Development, 2023
Previous studies have linked higher generativity with better mental well-being. However, most of these studies investigated the predictive role of generativity in well-being, while the converse relation, that is, how mental well-being contributes to generativity, has been ignored. This study first investigated the structure and stability of…
Descriptors: Adults, Older Adults, Mental Health, Well Being
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L. Gorell Barnes; T. Podpadec; Verity Jones; J. Vafadari; C. Pawson; S. Whitehouse; M. Richards – British Educational Research Journal, 2024
This paper presents an overview of the arts-based methodology used in a research project that aimed to explore the impact of the lived experiences of racism on 10- and 11-year-old children in the United Kingdom. The research responds to the relative lack of literature concerning the racialised experiences of young children. We discuss how we…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Children, Racism, Experience
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Zaretsky, Racheli; Iluz, Shira; Klein, Joseph – Education and Society, 2023
This study examined work contexts of lecturers in Israeli academic teacher training colleges in which they perform emotional labor. This study, employing qualitative method and open-ended questionnaires, and participants included 29 lecturers. Thematic content analyses suggest a three concentric circles model of emotional labor in lecturer-student…
Descriptors: Emotional Experience, Teacher Student Relationship, Foreign Countries, Teacher Education
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Brady, Alison M. – Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2022
In this paper, I will begin by charting some of the conceptions of mental health in young people today, paying particular attention to recent mental health education policies in England. I will focus on the concept of 'resilience' as central to these policies, and how this represents an impoverished understanding of mental health, what it means to…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Foreign Countries, Resilience (Psychology), Youth
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