Rooted in Resilience: A Framework for the Integration of Well-Being in Teacher Education Programs

University of Pennsylvania

“We suggest that the key to preventing burnout, and cultivating flourishing students, is through the educators themselves. Educators who are taught, practice, and implement the skills of well-being at the onset of their careers are more likely to positively adapt and endure the adversities associated with the profession.” (Spurgeon y Thompson, 2018, p.2.). More

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