The Resilient Well-Being: A “Fantastic Binomial” In Working-Groups of Educational and School Services
well-being; resilience; working-groups; educational and school services; teachers’ training
The aim of this study was to detect monitor and promote subjective and collective resilient well-being in working groups of 16 different educational and school services involving 190 educators and teachers The methodology used was of the Research-Action kind with the direct participation of the subjects in all phases of the research According to authoritative theoretical models a survey questionnaire was constructed to detect the perception of resilience and well-being referred to both the professional self and its group of work The analysis of the results shows a tendentially high attribution to the values assigned to the characteristics of resilient personality to the condition of well-being in one s professional context and to the most acted out resilient behaviors - and ideally considered more effective - in response to a critical situation However the humor factor as a relaxing pedagogical device of relational ties should be strengthened Well-being and resilience are thus constituted as paradigmatic pedagogical categories of a self-ecoorganizational nature the formative value of which is in their dynamic nature of research of new regenerative balances - from ruptures transformations and renewals - to be constantly restructured
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