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Successful teachers not only need to care for their students, they need to care for themselves also. Davis, 2009. Don’t Forget to Exercise: Teachers’ Personal Development. Teacher Wellbeing Matters. Improve school performance, by paying attention to teachers’ wellbeing.

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teacher wellbeing matters
Teacher Wellbeing Matters

Improve school performance, by paying attention to teachers’ wellbeing.

factors which may disrupt the student teacher relationship
Factors which may disrupt the student-teacher relationship
  • Poor self- care
  • Previous unresolved trauma
  • Inability or refusal to control work stressors
  • Lack of satisfaction at work
finally students perspective of a caring teacher
Finally, students perspective of a caring teacher
  • Cultivate interest in the content which they are teaching.
  • Set high expectations for all students.
  • Influence learning through their relationship with students, “warm demanders.”
  • Are compassionate as they remind students that they can do it, as failure is not an option.
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References

Chang, M. L. & Davis, H. A. (2009). Understanding the role of teacher appraisals in shaping the dynamics of their relationships with

students: Deconstructing teachers’ judgments of disruptive behavior/students. In P. A. Schutz & M. Zembylas (Eds.), Advances

in teacher emotion: The impact on teacher lives (pp. 95-127). doi: 10.1007/978-1-4419-0564-2_6

Davis, H. A. (2009). Caring Teachers. In E. Anderman & L. Anderman (Eds.), Psychology ofclassroom learning: An encyclopedia

(PCL). The Gale Group. Retrieved from http://www.education.com/reference/article/caring-teachers/

  • Teacher Support Network (2009). Report of the Teacher Support Network on Teacher wellbeing – positive steps to improve school
  • performance. Retrieved from
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  • Teacher Support Network (2010). Report of the Teacher Support Network on Teachers’ wellbeing and stress at work. Retrieved from
  • http://tsn.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2276/~/teachers'-wellbeing-and-stress-at-work