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Turner, Kristina; Thielking, Monica; Prochazka, Natalie – Educational Research, 2022
Background: Internationally, teachers are increasingly reporting elevated levels of stress, anxiety, exhaustion and burnout. Although social support has been found to be a protective buffer against stress, depression and burnout, there have been limited strength-based studies examining the relationship between social support and teacher wellbeing.…
Descriptors: Well Being, Social Support Groups, Teacher Attitudes, Psychology
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Mankki, Ville; Räihä, Pekka – Educational Research, 2022
Background: The COVID-19 crisis forced education providers around the world to cancel contact teaching in schools as part of measures to limit contact between people and to slowdown the spread of the virus. The rapid and unexpected transition to distance teaching in the beginning of the pandemic posed an unprecedented challenge for teachers and…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Elementary School Teachers, Faculty Development
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Steel, Jill; Williams, Joanne M.; McGeown, Sarah – Educational Research, 2022
Background: Animal-assisted Education (AAE), including Reading to Dogs (RTD), is an area of growing interest internationally across all phases of education, and increasingly considered an innovative approach to improving pupil outcomes. As creating RTD interventions necessitates a combination of expertise from the fields of education and…
Descriptors: Teacher Collaboration, Educational Researchers, Educational Research, Animals
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Bendtsen, Marina; Forsman, Liselott; Björklund, Mikaela – Educational Research, 2022
Background: The question of how best to enable sustainable professional development remains a challenging one. The research reported here is situated within a professional learning communities (PLCs) approach as a long-term goal for continuing professional development (CPD) with action research (AR) principles as a means of organisation. Purpose:…
Descriptors: Professional Development, Communities of Practice, Teacher Attitudes, Educational Change
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Poortman, Cindy L.; Brown, Chris; Schildkamp, Kim – Educational Research, 2022
Background: Professional Learning Networks (PLNs) of educators represent a promising approach to achieving continuous school improvement. At the same time, a range of studies in this area, including several systematic reviews and meta-analyses, report multiple conceptual and methodological challenges, or, at best, mixed results. Purpose and…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Professional Development, Educational Improvement, Communities of Practice
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Morgan, Lindee; Close, Sharron; Siller, Michael; Kushner, Elizabeth; Brasher, Susan – Educational Research, 2022
Background: Active classroom engagement is at the heart of children's learning. The definition of active classroom engagement has broadened over time to incorporate aspects of social emotional learning (SEL). SEL -- a developmental process that supports student acquisition of skills to build healthy peer relationships and regulate emotions…
Descriptors: Teaching Experience, Social Emotional Learning, Learner Engagement, Knowledge Level
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Bokhove, Christian; Muijs, Daniel; Downey, Christopher – Educational Research, 2022
Background: Bullying is widely acknowledged as one of the most harmful events in a child's life, leading to negative life experiences and outcomes. However, 'school effects of bullying' are rarely studied from an international perspective, especially with international large-scale data. Purpose: In this study, we aim to look at bullying through an…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Academic Achievement, Bullying, Comparative Education
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Nadas, Rita; Suto, Irenka; Grayson, Rebecca – Educational Research, 2021
Background: Secondary school teachers sometimes teach and assess material outside their specialisms for reasons including staff shortages or the growing popularity of the interdisciplinary courses. We hypothesised that teacher-assessors with different subject specialisms may differ in their interpretations of frequently used words in teaching and…
Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, Language Usage, Definitions, Evaluators
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Massó-Guijarro, Belén; Pérez-García, Purificación; Cruz-González, Cristina – Educational Research, 2021
Background: Applied Theatre (AT) is a relatively recently-created interdisciplinary field that includes investigation of the social and educational uses of its practices. Since its emergence as a discipline in the 1990s, research has proliferated. However, to better understand the breadth and depth of AT's social and educational applications,…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Interdisciplinary Approach, Intervention, Disadvantaged Youth
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Sheridan, Lynn; Sheridan, Lynnaire; Price, Oriana Milani; Pocius, Ros; McDonnell, Taryn; Cunial, Renee – Educational Research, 2021
Background: With the aim of augmenting graduate employability outcomes, higher education is increasingly challenged, via policy and practice, to increase Work Integrated Learning (WIL) as a mainstream component of university education. However, little attention has been given to the academic WIL practitioner, whose identity (personal-professional)…
Descriptors: Work Experience Programs, Professional Identity, College Faculty, Foreign Countries
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Pienimaa, Anne; Talman, Kirsi; Haavisto, Elina – Educational Research, 2021
Background: Effective student selection methods are needed to identify applicants who are expected to complete their studies and succeed professionally. The assessment of emotional intelligence has recently been identified as an important element of student selection for nursing studies. Purpose: This small-scale study, conducted in Finland,…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Social Work, Professional Education, Allied Health Occupations Education
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Eysink, Tessa H. S.; Schildkamp, Kim – Educational Research, 2021
Background: To enable all students to reach their full potential, teachers have to adapt their instruction to students' varying needs. In order to do this, teachers need to engage in activities associated with formative assessment, as well as those associated with differentiation. However, both of these types of activities are, in themselves,…
Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Formative Evaluation, Student Evaluation, Educational Practices
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Steel, Jill; Williams, Joanne M.; McGeown, Sarah – Educational Research, 2021
Background: Reading to Dogs (RTD) interventions have become increasingly prevalent in UK primary schools. However, there is a need for research examining teachers' perspectives on RTD, as this could be key in influencing the uptake and adherence to school RTD interventions. Purpose: This study sought to examine primary school teachers' views of…
Descriptors: Oral Reading, Animals, Reading Instruction, Teacher Attitudes
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Forsberg, Camilla; Chiriac, Eva Hammar; Thornberg, Robert – Educational Research, 2021
Background: School climate is crucial: its character can affect pupils' academic achievement, teachers' working conditions and the wellbeing of everyone at school. A major concern for teachers is how to prevent and manage disruptive behaviours. Against this backdrop, there is a need for thorough investigation of pupils' perspectives to better…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Student Attitudes, Elementary Secondary Education, Grade 1
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Hascher, Tina; Beltman, Susan; Mansfield, Caroline – Educational Research, 2021
Background: Teacher wellbeing and teacher resilience are frequently used constructs when discussing and researching teachers' work and lives. However, these terms are often used interchangeably and without clarification, highlighting a need to strengthen both conceptual clarity and understanding of the relationship between wellbeing and resilience…
Descriptors: Teaching Conditions, Well Being, Resilience (Psychology), Models
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