PUBLIC LECTURE: RESEARCH WEEK EVENT: Teacher wellbeing and its impact on student learning
|RESEARCH WEEK EVENT: Teacher wellbeing and its impact on student learning : This presentation will discuss the relationship between school staff’s and students’ wellbeing and achievement
Given the development of young people’s academic, social and emotional competencies in school settings is highly dependent on the presence of skilled and competent school staff, this presentation will discuss the relationship between school staff’s and students’ wellbeing and achievement.
It will describe the potential impact on staff welfare of providing high levels of pastoral care to support students, as well as the potential impact of teachers’ poor wellbeing on students’ achievement and wellbeing.
This presentation will also discuss important windows for interventions to support staff and how staff coping strategies can enable them to engage in problem-solving, help-seeking and boundary-setting, and heighten their ability to cope with stressful situations.
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