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Values Affirmation to Improve Teachers' Outcomes

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Values Affirmation to Improve Teachers' Outcomes

The purpose of this project is to examine whether a values affirmation intervention improves teacher-student relationships, classroom performance, and well-being of first-year teachers.

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Behavioral - Values affirmation exercise

In the experimental values affirmation condition, participants spend 10-15 minutes completing a guided reflection regarding values that are personally important (see Logel and Cohen, 2012; Brady, Griffiths, & Cohen, in prep).

Behavioral - Active control exercise

In the active control condition, participants spend 10-15 minutes completing a guided reflection regarding values that are not personally important but could be important to someone else (see Logel and Cohen, 2012; Brady, Griffiths, & Cohen, in prep).

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Can a Values Affirmation Improve the Classroom Outcomes and Well-being of K-12 Teachers?

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NCT04241055

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