Recently, Professor Jo Boaler released her new book What’s Math Got to Do with It?: How Teachers and Parents Can Transform Mathematics Learning and Inspire Success… 464 more words
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STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR TEACHERS IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING SECTOR, Gloria, Ching Wah Chan Teaching and Learning Centre of the VTC, 2000, http://bit.ly/1HIuT3y
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If stress are ‘bottled up’ for long periods, there are risks of psychosomatic symptoms such as headaches, stomach upsets, nervousness, sleep disturbances, depression, fatigue, high blood pressure and skin disorders as reported by many stressed teachers (Cole and Walker, 1989; Travers and Coopers, 1990).
Even children who seem confident in certain parts of their life can lack confidence in other areas. It is not unusual for a child who is very confident at home can feel overwhelmed at school and a child who is confident amongst friends can become very shy with those they don’t know. 517 more words