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Professor Colin R. Martin - Faculty of Society and Health Buckinghamshire New University Dr Mick Fleming – Faculty of Education, Health and Social Sciences Hugh Smith - Faculty of Education, Health and Social Sciences University of the West of Scotland The Elephant within the Learning Environment: The Mental Health and Wellbeing of Teacher Educators; Trainee Teachers and Learners.
Focus for the Presentation Learning Environment Mental Health and Wellbeing of Leaders of Learning Mental Health and Wellbeing of the Learner Recent Studies Questions?
Mental Health and Wellbeing of the Learner Developmental, Mental Health and Adjustment Orders Changes Impacting on Achieving Developmental milestones Skill development and Culture Change required to support Learners
Depression ALICE Subscale Score Non-depressed N=127 Depressed N=73 tdfp Personal Mastery15.54 (4.47)10.75 (5.22)6.58132.04*<0.001 Organisational Control6.64 (2.14)4.81 (2.82)4.80120.00*<0.001 Powerful Others 7.11 (3.07) 4.56 (3.39)5.43198.00<0.001 Total Score29.29 (8.63)20.12 (10.02)6.81198.00<0.001
Anxiety ALICE sub-scale Score Non-anxious N=139 Anxious N=61 tdfp Personal Mastery15.13 (4.78)10.75 (5.12)5.83198.00<0.001 Organisational Control6.34 (2.43)5.13 (2.67)3.13198.00 0.002 Powerful Others6.93 (3.27)4.47 (3.13)4.95198.00<0.001 Total Score28.40 (9.43)20.36 (9.58)5.52198.00<0.001
Stress ALICE sub-scale Score Non-anxious N=139 Anxious N=61 tdfp Personal Mastery15.13 (4.78)10.75 (5.12)5.83198.00<0.001 Organisational Control6.34 (2.43)5.13 (2.67)3.13198.00 0.002 Powerful Others6.93 (3.27)4.47 (3.13)4.95198.00<0.001 Total Score28.40 (9.43)20.36 (9.58)5.52198.00<0.001
Variable BSE B β t p ALICE Personal Mastery ALICE Organisational Control ALICE Powerful Others 0.69 -0.14 -0.11 0.13 0.23 0.22 0.54 -0.05 -0.06 5.39 0.58 0.52 <0.001 0.56 0.60 QoL Variable BSE B β t p ALICE Personal Mastery ALICE Organisational Control ALICE Powerful Others 1.44 0.47 0.42 0.76 0.70 0.34 0.16 0.07 3.46 1.90 0.67 0.001 0.06 0.50 Self-esteem
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