Researchers and service providers are increasingly considering ways to support educators’ wellbeing, but much of this research and discussion is focused on stress levels or how educators can manage these—through meditation and mindfulness, for instance. While these are useful strategies, wellbeing is a much broader concept. It includes physiological as well as psychological aspects—functions of the body and mind. Also, educators’ wellbeing is often affected by the work and policy contexts in which they operate, but this has not received much attention till now.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|