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Impact of an In-service Training in Neurocognitive Insights on Teacher Stress, Teacher Professionalism and Teacher Student Relationships
The present study explores the impact of a training in neurocognitive insights on teachers’ stress. The authors found that the training had a significant impact on the stress experienced by teachers in their professional and personal functioning. The participants experienced less stress, more confidence and less impulsiveness. Furthermore, the participants showed a greater awareness of functioning, state of mind and stress, as well as clear prefrontal attitudes. The participants also mentioned changes within themselves and their professional environment. They indicated that teacher–student relationships were improved and unwanted or problematic students’ behavior was decreased.
Updated: Mar. 11, 2018
What – If Anything – Do Standards Do in Education? Topological Registrations of Standardising Work in Teacher Education
This article is interested in the doings of educational standards. Accordingly, the authors follow a strange and peculiar thing and traces how it gets to work in localised practices. Building on Bruno Latour’s exercises of socio-technical analysis, various modes to register and describe these practices are being put to the test.
Updated: Jul. 23, 2014