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Lizabeth England's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Lizabeth England
25:08
Please jot any thoughts here as you wish!
Hind Elyas
25:22
Thanks
Hind Elyas
25:41
will do
Beatrix Price
28:04
Yesterday I gave a talk “Professional Wellbeing for Professional Development”
Hind Elyas
29:03
That is a very interesting topic Beatrix
Beatrix Price
29:32
Highly relevant; just the other side of the coin
Amira Salama
29:36
Very interesting!
Lizabeth England
29:38
Is well being related to residence?
Beatrix Price
31:07
Wellbeing is more connected to prevention - resilience has a little negative connotation; wellbeing is more ‘sunny’
Beatrix Price
31:28
But this is very simplified
Lizabeth England
31:46
interesting….let’s address this topic in discussion??
Hind Elyas
32:52
Yes, it is very interesting. Most cartoons and videos joke about what people think happens in a class and what it is really like.
Amira Salama
33:23
Good point, Hind
Hind Elyas
33:47
Support networks are very important and I think all these associations and groups that have emerged during lockdown have helped a lot!
Hind Elyas
33:55
Thanks Amira
Lizabeth England
35:53
Cartoons “grab” the critical issues very well. Another good idea for a presentation ;-)
Lizabeth England
36:05
Great points, Hind. Thanks!
Beatrix Price
36:08
There is very little institutional support (unfortunately)
Hind Elyas
36:39
Wow! You are great Liz! You are right! that is a great topic! :)
Hind Elyas
37:45
Good point Beatrix! In addition to lack of institutional support, some teachers don't really take it seriously.
Hind Elyas
38:37
Hello Aymen :)
Aymen Elsheikh
44:12
Hi Hind
Lizabeth England
44:37
Good to see you here, Aymen! Thank you for joining us!
Aymen Elsheikh
44:43
Happy to be here
Mick King
55:51
Despite the relatively favorable context, stress, burnout and associated issues are still evident in some cases as it is not just about the moneyChanging conditions can affect one’s ability to be resilientQatar-based TESOL teachers see themselves as generally resilientTertiary TESOL teachers appear to feel less supported and also appear less likely to seek it outResilience training may be difficult in environments where people are unreceptive to itHowever, it is dangerous to assume that it is not needed in the research context
Amira Salama
57:03
I'm wondering if comparing private school teachers to state school teachers would result in different findings
Vance Stevens
01:18:38
Bobbi was here to tell me that dinner is ready and it's 9 pm and time to go, so I will leave you now