CAN WE HELP OUR STUDENTS? EMOTION AND COOPERATION IN SUPPORTIVE TEACHING

Kristina Mullamaa

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In this article, we review different aspects of supportive teaching. Teachers´ roles in support, modelling, explicitation, and teachers´ personal qualities will be touched upon.

 

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subjective well-being, happiness, intervention program, university students

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