How Does Well-Being in School Matter?

How Does Well-Being in School Matter?

Effects, Influencing Factors, and Promotion

Edited by: Tina Hascher, Heta Tuominen, Katariina Salmela-Aro

Series: Zeitschrift für Psychologie - Volume 53

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How Does Well-Being in School Matter?
ISBN: 9780889376243
2022, iv/90 pages
Due July 2022
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How Does Well-Being in School Matter?

An up-to-date look at the importance of well-being in educational settings

  • Written by leading experts
  • Explores teacher and student well-being
  • Looks at different approaches and tools
  • Presents research from educational sciences, educational psychology, and health science

Although there is agreement that well-being in school matters – for example, for student achievement, teacher optimal functioning, and school effectiveness – a more profound understanding is needed about the predictors, effects, and ways of promoting well-being in school. This topical volume presents up-to-date research on the role of well-being in school from the fields of educational sciences, educational psychology, and health science. The contributions investigate both teacher well-being and student well-being in different countries and by using various advanced methods.

Importantly, well-being in school is understood in these articles as a multidimensional construct that takes the complexity of the term well-being and the educational setting into account. Accordingly, the contributors explore a range of approaches and instruments of how well-being in school can be investigated and discuss the benefits for individuals, schools, and educational systems in promoting well-being. The findings support the prominent role of well-being for students’ and teachers’ lives and encourage further research on well-being in school as there is a need for much more scientific knowledge in both theory and practice.

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