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PoP MindMap Dec. 28th 2015

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  • 1. ndr Academic Stress - Confucianism SUICIDE sleep deprivation Emotional Safety and the Learning Brain The Little Problem (LP) (3) Well-being The Big Problem (BP) - Problem of Practice (PoP) - Research Problem (RP) (3) Societal demand as Self-reliance (1) Academic Excellence as Duty (3b) Higher-level functioning - Predicted Research Outcomes (PRO) Growth Mindset = Process Fixed Mindset = Outcome Overwork - Juche Suffering in Silence - In-nae (2) Familial expectation as Honor Academic Burnout - Key Literature Concepts (KLC) (a) Emotional Exhaustion (b) Cynicism (c) Inefficacy - Socio-cultural Cognitive Development (SCD) Self-Esteem Self-Efficacy Emotional Safety (3a) Learning to Learn INTERVENTION PROBLEM SECONDARY DRIVERS PRIMARY DRIVERS Peer and Academic Pressure Lack of Leisure Time: (a) Active (b) Social (c) Passive Highest PISA scores vs. lowest Life Satisfaction (LS) and Subjective Well-being (SWB). Most negative attitude towards school and lowest interest in learning within OECD. (1) Students: self-regulation skills (2) Parents: workshops on learning to learn, including parenting styles (3) Teachers: horizontal teaching practices. I am investigating academic stress in South Korea, and its implications for student well-being, especially perceptions of emotional safety among middle and high school students. Keywords: Learning Sciences, emotional safety, academic stress, student well-being, socio-cultural cognitive development, family beliefs and values, South Korea (2) Resiliency Skills Four Protective Factors: (a) Individual (b) Family (c) School (d) Community/Cultural (1) School Connectedness AGENCY STRUCTURE Motivation Evaluation Toolkit

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