2022
DOI: 10.47602/josep.v2i2.15
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Abstract: For more than a decade, the field of positive education has amassed growing evidence that school-based well-being interventions support and boost the mental health of students. Outcomes such as hope, subjective well-being, life satisfaction, pro-social behavior, school engagement and academic grades have all been shown to significantly increase following positive education interventions. While the growing science has created confidence about the outcomes that can be attained through a positive education approa… Show more

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“…There has been an increase in time spent on the Internet because of the increased use of the Internet in social life (Gowda et al, 2020 ; Özaslan et al, 2022 ; Siste et al, 2020 ). Moreover, the increasing use of the Internet in the post-COVID-19 era, which caused a wide range of devastating psychosocial consequences (Albertova & Bolekova, 2022 ; Arslan & Burke, 2021 ; Green, 2022 ; Waters & Johnstone, 2022 ; Yıldırım & Şanlı, 2022 ), and its possible negative consequences have caused immense concerns among people (Arslan et al, 2022 ; Chen et al, 2022 ; Karakose et al, 2022 ; Yıldırım et al, 2022 ). Social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter constitute a significant part of this time (Kümpel, 2020 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There has been an increase in time spent on the Internet because of the increased use of the Internet in social life (Gowda et al, 2020 ; Özaslan et al, 2022 ; Siste et al, 2020 ). Moreover, the increasing use of the Internet in the post-COVID-19 era, which caused a wide range of devastating psychosocial consequences (Albertova & Bolekova, 2022 ; Arslan & Burke, 2021 ; Green, 2022 ; Waters & Johnstone, 2022 ; Yıldırım & Şanlı, 2022 ), and its possible negative consequences have caused immense concerns among people (Arslan et al, 2022 ; Chen et al, 2022 ; Karakose et al, 2022 ; Yıldırım et al, 2022 ). Social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter constitute a significant part of this time (Kümpel, 2020 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, anyone can catch COVID-19, become severely sick at any age, or even die from this disease ( WHO, 2022a ). COVID-19 has rapidly spread through the entire world since first being identified as a pandemic, paralyzing its weak global economies, supply chains, and social life and bringing health systems to the point of collapse due to its rapid spread, high risk of infection, and potential of death ( Arslan & Burke, 2021 ; Broadband Commission, 2020 ; Dirksen & Takahashi, 2020 ; Green, 2022 ; Hu et al, 2022 ; Khemasuwan et al, 2020 ; Waters & Johnstone, 2022 ). The effects of the pandemic have been accompanied by uncertainty as a result of its longevity ( Dirksen & Takahashi, 2020 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the first wave, 87% of students were affected by school closures worldwide (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 2020). Beyond doubt, one of the most significant disruptions for young people has been the sudden move to remote instruction (Waters & Johnstone, 2022), namely the abrupt shift to distance instruction with online learning platforms only, suspension of all face-to-face classes -including labs and internships -in an attempt to ensure continuity of education during the pandemic (Green, 2022).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%