Marcus Horwood

Marcus Horwood
Deakin University · School of Education

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Publications (11)
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We explore whether decentralization of decision-making influences school principals’ subjective experience of autonomy, job demands, burnout, and job satisfaction. Using six-years of longitudinal data, we used two Australian education reforms as a natural experiment of the effect of decentralization. Exploiting state-to-state variation in the polic...
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This report presents the average scores for the surveyed New Zealand ECE educators on the main dimensions of the psychosocial work environment and health and wellbeing. Where possible, ECE educator responses are compared with the average scores from a healthy general working population to illustrate the similarities and/or unique challenges of ECE...
Technical Report
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This report presents the average scores for all New Zealand secondary school leaders on the key components of the psychosocial work environment and mental and physical health and wellbeing.
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This report presents the average scores for all New Zealand primary school leaders on the main dimensions of the psychosocial work environment and health and wellbeing. Where possible, leaders’ responses in 2021 are compared with the average scores for the New Zealand working population to illustrate the similarities and unique challenges of leader...
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This report presents the average scores for all New Zealand primary teachers on the main dimensions of the work environment and health and wellbeing. Where possible, teachers’ responses in 2021 are compared with the average scores for the New Zealand working population to illustrate the similarities and unique challenges of teaching work. We also c...
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Recent media and government attention has focused on principal-directed violence by students, parents and teachers. Principal stress, particularly in public schools, is not new-with a body of research identifying long hours, administrative overload, media attention, multiple accountabilities, lack of time and resources as having impact on their hea...
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The Global Financial Crisis (GFC) resulted in government cuts to healthcare and other support services. Significant declines in national economic, physical, and mental wellbeing have thus resulted, disproportionately impacting those most vulnerable. Financial Literacy was identified as a key catalyst of the GFC, and its promotion deemed key to nati...
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Paradoxically, school leaders as a group report high levels of burnout but also high job satisfaction and passion for their work. School principals are passionate about their job, but this passion can be a double-edged sword leading to good (job satisfaction) and bad (burnout) outcomes. We extend the dualistic model of passion (DMP) in a study of c...
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There is no universally agreed definition of well-being as a subjective experience, but Huppert and So (2013) adopted and systematically applied the definition of well-being as positive mental health-the opposite of the common mental disorders described in standard mental health classifications (e.g., Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Dis...
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The Cambridge Handbook of Motivation and Learning - by K. Ann Renninger February 2019
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School principals world-wide report high levels of strain and attrition resulting in a shortage of qualified principals. It is thus crucial to identify psychosocial risk factors that reflect principals' occupational wellbeing. For this purpose, we used the Copenhagen Psychosocial Questionnaire (COPSOQ-II), a widely used self-report measure covering...

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