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Building Relationships: A study for teachers

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The Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology at McGill University is looking for practicing K–12 teachers to participate in an online study exploring teachers’ efforts to develop relationships with their students. This study aims to specifically explore how teachers’ experiences in developing meaningful relationships with students can both help and harm their well-being in the teaching profession. OSSTF/FEESO has reviewed the research proposal and the ethics review, and will receive a report of the study’s findings.  Interested members are encouraged to participate.

To be eligible to participate, members must be employed currently as a licensed K–12 teacher. The questionnaire would take approximately 15–25 minutes. Teachers who participate will be entered into a draw for one of three $50 cash prizes after each study phase (total odds of winning approx. 1 in 50). This study is completed entirely over the internet and consists of multiple phases (February–June 2020).

To participate, please click the following link to access the study website prior to February 29, 2020.

Questions about the study, should be directed to the study coordinators Chiung-Fang Chang
(chiung-fang.chang@mail.mcgill.ca) or Dr. Nathan Hall (nathan.c.hall@mcgill.ca).

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