Journal of Professional Capital and Community: Volume 7 Issue 3

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Emotional closeness and emotional distance among schoolteachers: the case of Arab teachers who teach in Jewish schools

Izhar Oplatka, Alaa Afif Elmalak-Watted

The aim of the current study was to explore emotional closeness and emotional distance between Arab teachers who teach in the Jewish State Educational System and their…

Caring school leadership, school context and organizational learning: implications for developing professional capital

Jisu Ryu, Jeff Walls, Karen Seashore Louis

The purpose of this study is to examine how context shapes leaders' caring approach in ways that influence organizational learning and the cultivation of professional capital.

Context, school principals and professional learning communities in China: the case of educational group schools

Wangbei Ye

This paper explores education group school principal’s influence on professional learning community (PLC) development in China.

Supporting teacher candidates to become collaborative teaching professionals: developing professional capital through a collaborative inquiry-based community of practice

Pamela Osmond-Johnson, Lucrécia Raquel Fuhrmann

This paper draws on data from a research project that examined the impact of a community of practice (CoP) model of teaching practicum that engaged teacher candidates in…

A systematic review and meta-analysis of data use professional development interventions

Muhammad Fauzan Ansyari, Wim Groot, Kristof De Witte

Professional development interventions (PDIs) are crucial for equipping teachers to use data effectively. Relying on previous studies reporting on such interventions, this…

Educational leaders' coping with loneliness: the unique perspective of school principals and vice-principals

Peleg Dor-haim

The purpose of this study was to explore school principals' and vice-principals' perceptions of their strategies of coping with loneliness at work. The study posed two…

Effects of WFH on educators' wellbeing: mediating role of institutional head's support and moderating role of employees' self-efficacy at university level

Najmonnisa Khan, Rabia Aslam, Muhammad Mujtaba Asad, Lubna Oad, Norah Mansour Almusharraf

The present study aims to examine the effects of work from home (WFH) on employees' performance and wellbeing during the second wave of pandemic and to find out the…

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ISSN:

2056-9548

Online date, start – end:

2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Martin Scanlan