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Self-Care and Stress Management for Academic Well-Being
the smallest and most immediate environment impacting one’s life.
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Ecological Approach to Higher Educator Wellness and Self-Care
Cara L. Metz (University of Arizona Global Campus, USA) and Sarah H. Jarvie (Colorado Christian University, USA)
Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 16
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-2334-9.ch013
Self-care is an important and necessary part of a teaching career. Without appropriate self-care, our wellness can suffer and develop into burnout. Educators with burnout can have more absences, be more apathetic to our work, or create an unhealthy learning environment for students. To be well, our self-care cannot happen only at a micro-level. This chapter will examine educator wellness from the perspective of the ecological model. It is important to examine all of the impacts on our wellness and understand the control we can have over our systems. This chapter will look at the impacts of wellness and how to implement self-care strategies both at a personal and a university levels to reduce the impact of burnout.
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Leading Beyond the Classroom: Three Cases of Teacher Advocacy
A system of individuals with direct influence on a child and the child’s development.
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An Ecological Model of Student Interaction in Online Learning Environments
An aspect of the environment that includes direct person-environment interactions, for example, the person interacts directly with others and objects at home and school.
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Early Learning Environments: Embracing and Valuing Home Languages
Urie Bronfenbrenner’s first level of social/environmental influence on a child’s development which is the consequence of the immediate interaction with parents, guardians, family members, and close friends in the immediate home circle.
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The background and the containment system within which the other contexts necessarily refer to the normative subsystems and is necessarily conditioned and co-constructed with the cultural system of reference.
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Are ICT Non-Users Absolute Non-Users?: Segregation of “Potential ICT Users” From the Non-Users' Profile
The fundamental and closest environment of an person where the influence of the environment directly affects him/her with a high impact (e.g., Parents, Family members, school, etc.).
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Supporting Immigrant Children in College and Career Readiness: Implications for Teachers and School Counselors
Addresses the immediate settings that contain the individual’s personal characteristics such as the home, the school, the work place, and the peers.
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Microsystems for Wireless Sensor Networks with Biomedical Applications
System comprising active and passive components of various technologies that were assembled in the same die, by a mounting process.
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The Aftermath of the 2017 Las Vegas Mass Shooting: How Survivors and Their Loved Ones Demonstrate Worthiness of Assistance Through Crowdfunding
Part of the ecological system; individuals’ immediate environments where interpersonal relationships play a key role in individuals’ lives.
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Children's Development: A Glance Into Early Childhood Education and Family Dynamics
The microsystem is a system of Bronfenbrenner’s ecological systems theory that includes the most direct influences on children’s development. Examples include home environments, such as parents or siblings.
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