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Грижата за подобряване на психоемоционалния климат в екипа – насоки за ръководството и учителите на едно училище
Care for Improving the Psycho-Emotional Climate in the Team – Guidance for School Principals and Teachers

Author(s): Stefka Chincheva
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Education, Psychology, Sociology, School education, Vocational Education, Adult Education, History of Education, Educational Psychology, State/Government and Education, History of Psychology, Social psychology and group interaction, Organizational Psychology, Social development, Social differentiation, Family and social welfare, Social Informatics, Sociology of the arts, business, education, Social Norms / Social Control, Inclusive Education / Inclusion, Identity of Collectives
Published by: Национално издателство за образование и наука „Аз-буки“
Keywords: inclusive education; school teams; mental health care; psycho-emotional climate; support

Summary/Abstract: This article reflects part of the experience and development of the Centre for Inclusive Education‘s ideas on how the care of improving the psycho-emotional climate in the school team can be more adequately put into effect, in terms of school setup.  The article presents a part of a methodology for improving the psycho-emotional climate in the school team, which was developed in the process of creating and approving the Model for Organization of  School Processes for Building Inclusive School Environment (Center for Inclusive Education, 2017) of Center for Inclusive Education within One School for All Programme. The methodology is designed for the leadership team of each school in Bulgaria and its pedagogical specialists who believe that the climate and teamwork contribute to their work and have an impact on how each of them feel at their workplace. It is also intended to focus on the mental health care of teachers, which is often mistaken with suggestions for mental health assessments, qualifications to improve their pedagogical competencies, or conducting leisure and rest events.

  • Issue Year: 90/2018
  • Issue No: 8
  • Page Range: 1095-1109
  • Page Count: 15
  • Language: Bulgarian