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Vol. 14 No. 3 (2023): Special Issue: Educator Wellbeing in Higher Education

Special Issue: Educator Wellbeing in Higher Education. Photo by engin akyurt on Unsplash
Special Issue: Educator Wellbeing in Higher Education. Photo by engin akyurt on Unsplash
Published: 2023-12-11
Editorial
  • Guest Editorial: Educator Wellbeing in Higher Education
    i-iv
    Deanna Grant-Smith, Melinda Laundon
Articles
  • Metaphors of University Educators: The Expectation Gap with Implications for Educator Wellbeing
    1-17
    Kim A Johnston, Anne B Lane
  • Enhancing Novice Educator Confidence to Teach Synchronously Online During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    18-28
    Lauren Woodlands, Sarah Dart
  • Living at Work: Teaching Online During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    29-40
    Rachelle Hulbert, Peter Maslin, Sue Baker
  • Looking into the “Dark Mirror”: Autoethnographic Reflections on the Impact of COVID-19 and Change Fatigue on the Wellbeing of Enabling Practitioners
    41-52
    Angela Jones, Susan Hopkins, Ana Larsen, Joanne Lisciandro, Anita Olds, Marguerite Westacott, Rebekah Sturniolo-Baker, Juliette Subramaniam
  • I Need You To Survive: Black Women Resisting White Supremacy Culture for Faculty and Student Wellbeing
    53-64
    Marrielle Myers, Lateefah Id-Deen
  • Peer-supported Teaching Practice: Embodying a Relational, Practice-Led Approach to Enhancing Educator Wellbeing and Practice
    65-77
    Lauren Hansen, Tim Chambers, Danielle Hamilton
  • Delivering Quality WIL Without Compromising Wellbeing: Exploring Staff and Student Wellbeing in a WIL Context Through the Lens of Organisational Health
    78-91
    Deanna Grant-Smith, Alicia Feldman
  • Allegations, Abuse and Discrimination: Using Student Evaluation of Teaching Surveys to Support Student and Educator Wellbeing
    92-103
    Samuel Cunningham, Abby Cathcart, Tina Graham
  • Defining and Advancing a Systems Approach to Achieving Educator Wellbeing: An Integrative Review of Wellbeing in Higher Education
    104-119
    Melinda Laundon, Deanna Grant-Smith
Practice Reports
  • Taking a Text and Tweaking it: Using Wendy Belcher’s 12-Week Journal Writing Program to Support Writing Wellbeing for Busy Educators
    120-127
    Abigail Winter
  • Exploring the Role of Academic Development in Supporting Tertiary Educators’ Well-Being: The Case of Online Consultations at UniSA
    128-135
    Antonella Strambi, James E Hobson, Katherine Baldock, Amanda Janssen
  • Co-Creating a Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Students and Staff
    136-144
    Berni Cooper, Nicole Border, Felicity Couperthwaite
Open Access Journal
ISSN 2205-0795