Student Success 2023 Special Issue – Call for Papers
Student wellbeing as an important contributor to success has been explored across multiple dimensions including emotional wellbeing (Baik et al., 2019), financial wellbeing (Grant-Smith & de Zwaan 2019), psychological wellbeing and distress (Brooker & Woodyatt 2019), and in relation to transitions into higher education (van der Zanden et al., 2018). The impact of educator wellbeing on student success is emerging as a critical area requiring more research and is the focus of the 2023 special issue of the Student Success Journal.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- The impact of poor student wellbeing on educator wellbeing
- Considerations of the material, relational and subjective dimensions of educator wellbeing– including spiritual, cultural, physical, emotional, intellectual, social, mental, and financial wellbeing – and intersections of these
- The contribution of educator development, self-efficacy and recognition of teaching effectiveness to educator wellbeing and/or student success
- The impact of academic workload intensification, change fatigue, educator burnout and/or casualisation of the academic workforce on educator/student wellbeing
- Explorations of policies, interventions, infrastructure (e.g., technological or physical), practices (e.g. collegiality and peer or pastoral support) or structural measures (e.g. financial or other measures) that can safeguard or promote the wellbeing of educators and others who support student learning.
Full papers due: 30 November 2022
(Note: submissions will be sent for review immediately following editorial review for suitability).
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