15 minutes | Dec 2, 2020

Episode 28 [Part 1]: A glimpse into the Emotional Abilities of Teachers—Handling Stress, Anger, and Shame, with Roger Patulny and Alberto Bellocchi

There is no doubt that teaching is a meaningful profession, but teachers often find themselves in stressful, emotionally challenging situations. How do they cope? How do they tackle commonly experienced emotions like anger and shame? 

In this podcast episode, Roger Patulny, Associate Professor at University of Wollongong, Australia, and Alberto Bellocchi, Associate Professor and Principal Research Fellow, Faculty of Education at the Queensland University of Technology, Australia answer some of these questions on the coping mechanisms of teachers, in terms of their emotions. This discussion is an extension of their study titled ‘Happy, Stressed, and Angry: A National Study of Teachers’ Emotions and Their Management’, published in the Brill journal Emotions: History, Culture, Society.

Guests: Dr Roger Patulny and Dr Alberto Bellocchi
Host: Leigh Giangreco

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