Associations between observed patterns of classroom interactions and teacher wellbeing in lower secondary school

@article{Virtanen2019AssociationsBO,
  title={Associations between observed patterns of classroom interactions and teacher wellbeing in lower secondary school},
  author={T. Virtanen and G. S. Vaaland and S. K. Ertesv{\aa}g},
  journal={Teaching and Teacher Education},
  year={2019},
  volume={77},
  pages={240-252}
}
  • T. Virtanen, G. S. Vaaland, S. K. Ertesvåg
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology
  • Teaching and Teacher Education
  • Abstract Classroom observations and teacher self-reports were used to examine the relationships between patterns of teacher–student interactions and the wellbeing of Norwegian lower secondary school teachers. Latent profile analysis identified four subgroups. Teacher–student interactions and the teachers' wellbeing were inter-related in that teachers who were observed to be high in all the interaction domains (Emotional Support, Classroom Organization, and Instructional Support) perceived… CONTINUE READING
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