Self-Care and Stress Management for Academic Well-Being
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Self-Care and Stress Management for Academic Well-Being

Karis L. Clarke (Clark Atlanta University, USA)
Release Date: June, 2022|Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 302
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-2334-9
ISBN13: 9781668423349|ISBN10: 1668423340|EISBN13: 9781668423363|ISBN13 Softcover: 9781668423356
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Description & Coverage
Description:

Self-care is a topic that is often challenging in education. Educators are required to learn to teach, advise, and cope with organizational change as well as encourage their students to take responsibility for their actions, say no, identify burnout, establish a network of family and friends, schedule breaks, do things they enjoy, and take care of themselves physically. However, teachers often do not follow these guidelines themselves. It is important that teachers allow themselves the time and space to do the same things that they insist their students do. Moreover, it is important that administrators recognize and support these efforts as well.

Self-Care and Stress Management for Academic Well-Being discusses why self-care for educators is needed in order for them to sustain the growth of the students at their institutions. It explores the ways in which educators devote themselves to helping students develop their creativity and their academic voices but do not always give themselves the same permission. Covering a range of topics such as physical care, stress, and self-advocacy, this reference work is ideal for researchers, academicians, practitioners, scholars, administrators, instructors, and students.

Coverage:

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Emotional Self-Care
  • Meaningful Mentoring
  • Mindfulness
  • Occupational Health
  • Physical Care
  • Psychological Self-Care
  • Self-Advocacy
  • Spirituality
  • Stress
  • Wellness
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Editor/Author Biographies

Dr. Karis Clarke is an Associate Professor and Department Chair of Educational Leadership at Clark Atlanta University who works with leaders in the Educational Leadership Department to prepare them to work in diverse schools locally, nationally, and internationally.

Karis is a passionate educator cultivating the growth and development of educators.

For 15 years, Karis Clarke has driven the development of teacher education with oversight of training programs, instructional strategies, curriculum planning, and accreditation. As a leader and mentor, she fosters dynamic and high performing instructional environments to enhance the student experience and sustain retention. She further encouraged growth by collaborating cross-functionally with internal and external constituencies to drive strategic direction while articulating the institutional mission.

Dr. Clarke is a certified early childhood teacher, elementary supervisor, elementary principal and superintendent in South Carolina and holds Elementary Education (P-5) and Educational Leadership-Tier II certification in Georgia. She taught pre-kindergarten, second grade and third grade in the Beaufort County School District (Beaufort, South Carolina). She has served as an instructor and university supervisor at Winthrop University; Assistant Professor, Coordinator, Title III Activity Director, and Interim Director of Teacher Education at Morris College; Director of Teacher Education at Columbia College; Associate Professor, Department Head of Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education at Anderson University, and Education Consultant.

Dr. Karis Clarke holds a B.A. in political science from Florida A&M University, M.A.T. in early childhood education from the College of Charleston, Ed.S. and Ed.D. in educational administration from South Carolina State University. She has also completed post bachelor’s work at Florida State University.

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