2. Enseignants

2.4. Le bien-être des enseignants

Le bien-être des enseignants est un état émotionnel positif qui combine les besoins et les attentes personnels aussi bien des élèves que de leurs enseignants. Le bien-être des enseignants et leur satisfaction au travail influencent fortement le comportement de ces derniers et sont liés de façon positive à l’ambiance qui règne à l’école et dans la classe ainsi qu’à la réussite scolaire des élèves. Des études montrent également une relation incontestable entre la motivation des enseignants et les performances ainsi que le bien-être des élèves. Par ailleurs, le bien-être des enseignants est lié au maintien dans l’emploi d’enseignants hautement qualifiés, ce qui est particulièrement important pour les établissements scolaires dont certains élèves ont des besoins élevés. Le bien-être et l’efficacité personnelle des enseignants permettant aussi de prévenir le décrochage scolaire, il est donc essentiel que les enseignants reçoivent l’aide dont ils ont besoin.

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ENhancing Teacher REsilience in Europe (ENTREE)

The project ENhancing Teacher REsilience in Europe (ENTREE) aims to enable young European teachers to improve their resilience in the face of increasing demands of rapidly changing school contexts. It was launched in 2014 and provides diverse learning opportunities and tools for teachers, both online and face-to face; it is supported by a team of international experts from five European countries (CZ, DE, IRL, MT, PT) and from Australia. The ENTREE project refers to teacher resilience as “the process of, capacity for, or outcome of positive adaptation and ongoing professional commitment and growth in the face of challenging circumstances”. Teachers are assisted to draw on personal, professional and social resources, to “bounce back” and to also thrive professionally and personally, and to experience job satisfaction, positive self-beliefs, personal wellbeing and an ongoing commitment to the profession.

Domaine: 2. Enseignants

Sous-domaines: 2.2 Les enseignants et leurs relations avec les élèves et les parents; 2.4. Le bien-être des enseignants

Langue: EN

Pays: DANEMARK; IRLANDE; MALTE; PORTUGAL; REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE

Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA), UK

Rights Respecting Schools (RRS) is a UNICEF-UK driven approach that integrates the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) as a whole school approach to child rights education. The overall aim of the approach is to create a participative, inclusive, and safe school culture, where respect for every member of the school community is guaranteed. The UNICEF Child Rights Education (CRE) Toolkit provides guidance on how to become a Rights Respecting School. Schools adapt the RRS approach to their context. The approach influences relationships between every actor in the school environment and is applicable in any school context. The framework outlined in the RRS toolkit is intended to provide a central organising principle for the entire school and, by extension, for the families and community in which the school is situated. There are three phases of development. The second and third phases (Levels 1 and 2) are similar. The aim is to execute the action plan that is developed during the Recognition of Commitment phase in order to reach the four standards of the RRSA: 1. Rights-respecting values underpin leadership and management 2. The entire school community learns about the CRC 3. The school has a rights-respecting ethos 4. Children are empowered to become active citizens and learners.

Domaines: 1. Gouvernance des écoles et établissements; 2. Enseignants; 3. Soutien aux élèves; 4. Implication parentale; 5. Implication des intervenants

Sous-domaines: 1.1. Culture et climat scolaires; 1.2. Planification et suivi des établissements scolaires; 1.3. Direction de l’établissement scolaire; 2.1. Aptitudes et compétences de l’enseignant; 2.2 Les enseignants et leurs relations avec les élèves et les parents; 3.1. Le bien-être des élèves; 3.2. Participation des élèves à la vie de l’établissement scolaire; 4.1. Communication et information; 4.3. Espaces réservés aux parents et implication dans les activités éducatives; 5.4. Partenariats - Organisations communautaires et société civile; 2.4. Le bien-être des enseignants

Langue: EN

Pays: ROYAUME-UNI

The Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST)

PDST was established in September 2010 as a generic, integrated and cross-sectoral support service for schools, and is supported by the Irish Department of Education and Skills. It is now the country’s largest single support service offering professional learning opportunities to teachers and school leaders in a range of pedagogical, curricular and educational areas. Key priorities include supporting school leadership, school self-evaluation, assessment, ICT for teaching and learning, inclusion, health and wellbeing and post primary subjects and programmes. PDST provides continuing professional development and support through a team of teachers, primary and post-primary, seconded from their schools to work with the PDST. The PDST website contains pages dedicated to teacher’ health and wellbeing, containing resources and links for teachers concerning their ongoing physical and mental wellbeing in the workplace, and providing face-to-face trainings and seminars to teachers.

http://www.pdst.ie/workplacewellbeing

Domaines: 1. Gouvernance des écoles et établissements; 2. Enseignants; 3. Soutien aux élèves

Sous-domaines: 1.1. Culture et climat scolaires; 2.1. Aptitudes et compétences de l’enseignant; 2.4. Le bien-être des enseignants

Langue: EN

Pays: IRLANDE