The annotated bibliography was developed by the Australian partners with the contribution of the European researchers. It comprises 98 annotated theoretical and empirical refereed journal articles, conference papers, conference proceedings, book chapters, books, and theses that have examined the construct of teacher resilience. Each annotated entry outlines the aim of the paper, research methodology, findings (if that is an empirical study), discussion, and implications for future actions/research.
The papers/articles were located using the search key words of teacher/educator resilience, teacher/educator resiliency, resilient teacher/educator, teacher coping, teacher/educator perseverance, and teacher/educator staying. A focus was given to papers/articles published from 2010-2014, i.e. the papers/articles reviewed in this document did not appear in the original 2010 Keeping Cool teacher resilience annotated bibliography (see http://www.keepingcool.edu.au/node/21 for the complete earlier and updated bibliographies).
The papers/articles have been categorised and may be searched using the following key words:
- All Categories
- Beginning teachers
- Early childhood teachers
- Emotions in teaching
- Professional development
- Teacher retention/attrition
- Teacher resilience
- Teaching rural/remote
- Teacher training
The annotated bibliography will be published on the website in English along with a selected annotated bibliography of some of the key references translated into the ENTREE project country languages.
Quick search of annonated bibliography is available here: http://entree-project.eu/books/