3 edition of Educational and psychological perspectives on stress in students, teachers, and parents found in the catalog.
Educational and psychological perspectives on stress in students, teachers, and parents
Beeman N. Phillips
Includes bibliographical references (p. -256) and indexes.
|Statement||Beeman N. Phillips.|
|LC Classifications||LB1027.5 .P523 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 274 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||92075446|
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Educational and Psychological Perspectives on Stress in Students, Teachers, and Parents. Phillips, Beeman N. This book, which consists of 12 chapters, deals with the crisis of stress in American schools, particularly the stress of students.
The book: (1) examines ways of combating the debilitative stress of students; (2) frames the problem of stress in terms of the child, school, family, and community; (3) Cited by: Educational and Psychological Perspectives on Stress in Students, Teachers, and Parents [Phillips, Beeman N.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Educational and Psychological Perspectives on Stress in Students, Teachers, and ParentsCited by: The text emphasizes the complexity of the problem of stress and the importance of integrated and comprehensive prevention and intervention with stress.
Throughout the book, four principles are developed in depth: interventions cannot focus solely on changing the individual student, but also must change the student's environment; skill-training interventions alone are inadequate because they do not address emotional factors that may underline students.
Educational and psychological perspectives on stress in students, teachers, and parents. [Beeman N Phillips] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: Beeman N Phillips. Find more information about: ISBN: A teacher from TDN stated: “We should create a forum for students to exchange ideas and a psychological counseling group to support students when they have problems.” Fourth, parents should create a friendly environment so that children feel comfortable to share their cares, and they should let children decide some things for themselves, as Cited by: 7.
The Impact of Academic Stress on Students' Performance: /ch Studies conducted in recent years throughout the world have shown that people are growingly more exposed to stress, its level increasing dramatically over.
research is needed on additional ways to reduce teacher stress and support teacher health and wellness, in order to prevent the negative consequences that impact teachers, students, parents, communities, and school systems.
46% of teachers report high daily stress during the school year.* That’s tied with nurses for the. Academic Stress and Risk Factors Most of the students (%) reportedly felt stressed because of academic pressure (Table 2). As shown in Table 3, education level of the father was significantly associated with academic pressure (χ 2 (1, N=)=, p): participants whose fathers were non-graduates were found to be more likely to report academic pressure.
When resiliency is embedded in the classroom culture, teachers transform the lives of students. In the past, teachers gave a lot of attention to deficit-based approaches, where disciplinary measures and punishment were used to manage behavioral problems (Cahill, Beadle, Farrelly, Forster, & Smith, ).
Times are changing. psychological, cultural, and economic, all of which contribute to our understanding of student success in college. Taken together, the different theoretical perspectives on student success and departure provide a holistic accounting of many of the key factors that come into play to shape what students are prepared to do.
All parents experience parenting stress to some extent regardless of their educational levels and the income and social support available to them. The author of Deater-Deckardan overview of parenting stress, defines it as “a set of processes that lead to aversive psychological and physiological reactions arising from attempts to adapt.
The next part presents the conceptual framework studying for psychosocial stress. The last part tackles the methodological issues in psychosocial stress research. The book will be of great use to students, researchers, and practitioners of psychology.
Scientists from related fields such as sociology will also benefit from the book. In the best-case scenario, schools seamlessly adopt online learning, students continue to interact virtually with each other, and parents step up as temporary teachers.
All parents experience stress as they attempt to meet the challenges of caring for their children. This comprehensive book examines the causes and consequences of parenting distress, drawing on a wide array of findings in current empirical research.
Kirby Deater-Deckard explores normal and pathological parenting stress, the influences of parents on their children as well as children on. Judgements from others, such as parents. Fear appeals by teachers: the repeated messages communicated to students over the importance and timing of the GCSEs by their teachers were identified as a trigger for the development of stress in some students.
Research Findings: Early childhood teachers’ psychological well-being influences the nurturing and learning classroom climate in early care and education as well as children’s r, less is known about predictors of teachers’ psychological well-being in preschool. The purpose of this study was to explore associations between potential predictors of teachers.
Beeman N. Phillips is the author of Educational And Psychological Perspectives On Stress In Students, Teachers And Parents ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0. K teaching is a profession characterized by high levels of burnout and emotional exhaustion.
Teacher burnout has been widely reviewed and studied; however, only limited literature examines the emotional aspects of teachers’ lives and its connection with teacher burnout.
The purpose of this article is to review the literature on teacher burnout and teachers’ emotions and to examine the. The educational system also plays an enabling role subsequently leading to increased stress levels experienced by students.
Some of the sources include overcrowded lecture halls, semester grading system, inadequate resources and facilities (Awing& Agolla, ), vastness of syllabus (Agrawal &Chahar, ; Sreeramareddy et al., ), long. STS can affect teachers’ happiness, health, and professional practice.
But Betsy McAlister Groves, a clinical social worker and former faculty member at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, says that she has often been surprised by the number of teachers, school counselors, and administrators who recognized the cumulative stressors that they faced in their schools but did not.
The classroom teacher is the most present parent-like authority in most adolescent lives, and it is easy for some students to transfer resistance to parents to resistance to a teacher.Educational psychologists apply theories of human development to understand individual learning and inform the instructional process.
While interaction with teachers and students in school settings is an important part of their work, it isn’t the only facet of the job. Learning is a lifelong endeavor.
Surveying faculty and students about stress levels and causes; Parents also have to be part of the equation. More Educational Stress Busters. One of the first ways to address educational stress is by listening to students. Ask students to name one thing in the school they would like to change and explain why.