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In this interview, Dr. Boynton explores the origins of her book, addresses how her experiences as an Agony Aunt have influenced her writing, and tells us how the book offers help for readers in the current pandemic.
Emanating from his years of experience as a teacher, education professor, and college dean, Teitelbaum addresses aspects of school and university life that bear on efforts to foster more robust democratic policies and practices in PreK-16 settings and our society at large.
Created in collaboration with authors, this site makes freely available some of our most powerful and pertinent material—alongside newly written introductions to many readings—as well as a curated collection of additional resources.
As a lecturer, how do you support your students' mental health? We hope this collection of chapters gives you some helpful advice to better understand a student's mental health and offer coping strategies while they seek professional support.
For quality work and teaching, it is essential for higher education leadership to help their faculty learn how to successfully handle occupational stress and burnout. Here are 7 tips to support faculty on campus, excerpted and adapted from Wellbeing in Higher Education.
You repeat the mantra of eat, sleep, study to your students, but how do you take an active role in your own wellbeing? Discover some of our practical tips to keep your sanity and maybe even enjoy yourself during midterms or finals!
We understand that as a faculty member it can be difficult to stay motivated and to manage your workload. For this video, we surveyed lecturers to find out their tips and tricks to help alleviate some of these pressures and help you keep a healthy work-life balance.