Student-teacher distress has the potential to impact on the individuals who are to become teachers, the profession and the education system. This review examines what is known of psychological distress among university students, teachers and student-teachers, the demands associated with their practical experiences and the known impact of psychological distress. A brief overview of contemporary stress management approaches is also presented. The reviewer contends that the potential problem for prospective teachers requires a holistic approach, beginning through understanding contemporary strategies available to individual university students, and preventative stress management programs provided within tertiary education, which may be made available to future student-teachers.
"Stress Among Prospective Teachers: a Review of the Literature ,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education:
8, Article 2.
Available at: http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol35/iss8/2