A collection of articles and other resources to support educators’ and students’ well-being through the pandemic.


OECD (2020). A framework to guide an education response to the COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020. OECD Publishing.

Resources for K-12 staff teaching and working through the COVID-19 pandemic. By EdCan Network.

Greater Good (2020). Greater Good’s guide to well-being during coronavirus.  Berkeley University of California.

Greater Good’s Education Resources. By Greater Good Magazine.

Markin, G. (2020). COVID-19 and workplace well-being in K-12 education: Leaning into connection, belonging, and opportunity in a time of crisis. EdCan Network.

The Conversation Canada. (2020). How to prevent teacher burnout during the coronavirus pandemic.

Sokal, L., Eblie Trudel, L., & Babb, J. (2020).  Supporting teachers in times of change:  The job demands-resources model and teacher burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic.  International Journal of Contemporary Education, 3(2).

Sokal, L., Eblie Trudel, L., & Babb, J. (2020).  COVID-19:  Supporting teachers in times of change. EdCan Network.

The Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management (CCEAM) produced 4 special issues about educational responses to the pandemic in commonwealth countries. The issues are open access and available at the following link:

Hauseman, C., Darazsi, S., & Kent, S. (2020). Collaboration, communication and wellness: Response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Manitoba schools. International Studies in Educational Administration, 48(2), 70-77.


PHE Canada (2020). Emotional Well-Being Education Activities.


Hill, C., Rosehart, P., St. Helene, J., & Sadhra, S. (2020). What kind of educator does the world need today? Reimagining teacher education in post-pandemic Canada. Journal of Education for Teaching46(4), 565-575.