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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 29 No 4 December 2012: Teachers' Well-being

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 29 No 4 December 2012: Teachers' Well-being

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Teachers' Well-being.




About the Contributors

Guest Editorial
Fraser Lauchlan, Simon Gibbs & Sandra Dunsmuir

Pupil wellbeing - Teacher wellbeing: Two sides of the same coin?
Sue Roffey

Promoting the emotional well-being of teaching staff in secondary schools
Ellie Salter-Jones

Pre-service teachers' weekly commitment and engagement during a final training placement: A Longitudinal mixed methods study
Tracy L. Durksen & Robert M. Klassen

A systematic review of the relationship between self-efficacy and burnout in teachers
Carol G. Brown

The effects of positive psychology on the efficacy beliefs of school staff
Hannah Critchley & Simon Gibbs

Private knowledge, public face: Conceptions of children with SEBD by teachers in the UK - a case study
David Armstrong & Fiona Hallett

Using the Staff Sharing Scheme within the Targeted Mental Health in Schools (TaMHS) Pathfinder
Michael Annan & Stacy Moore

The impact on teachers of supporting children exposed to domestic abuse
Gemma Ellis

Exploring pastoral staff's experiences of their own emotional well-being in a secondary school
Katie Partridge


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