Positive education to promote flourishing in students returning to school after COVID-19 closure
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global disaster continues to unfold across the world, protective measures such as school closures, physical distancing, and stay-at-home orders have exposed wide numbers of young people to fear, worry, distress, academic challenges (e.g., amotivation), loneliness, depression, anxiety and they were particularly detrimental to children with special needs (Arslan, 2021; Arslan & Yıldırım, 2021; Bobo et al., 2020; O’Sullivan et al., 2021; Patrick et al., 2020; Quinn et al., 2021), Undoubtedly, one of the biggest disruptions for young people and the whole school community has been the rapid shift to remote learning (Castro & George, 2021; Flynn et al., 2021; Kim & Asbury, 2020)
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Published CitationArslan G, Burke J. Positive education to promote flourishing in students returning to school after COVID-19 closure. Journal of School and Educational Psychology. 2021;1(1):1–5.
Publication Date25 August 2021
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