CLI Fellow Welmoed van Deen

  • Teachers' well-being and work enjoyment in online education

    While online education has many benefits, including improved access for students who are unable to attend in-person classes, many teachers struggle with the transition to online education as they must develop a new online skill set and often miss the face-to-face interaction with students. To improve and maintain teachers’ well-being and motivation, it is important to ensure they are confident about their online teaching skills and feel connected with both students and peers. Therefore, we will develop and test two interventions to improve teacher well-being: (1) a toolset with teaching activities that help to connect teachers and students, which are tailored to the technical skill-level of the teacher; and (2) a social network intervention that facilitates low-key, seamless opportunities for shared learning between teachers.

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