Educator well-being: Why does it matter?

Tamara Cumming, Sandra Wong

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Abstract

Research is increasingly show that educator wellbeing has benefits for children's learning experiences and outcomes. For example, educators' wellbeing has been linked to having a better capacity to support children's resilience and emotional needs, and having higher-quality interactions with children.
Original languageEnglish
Pages3-3
Number of pages1
Volume20
No.1
Specialist publicationEarly Childhood Australia Voice
PublisherEarly Childhood Australia
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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