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Gloria Guidetti, Sara Viotti, Imke Hindrichs, Anabel Camacho-Avila, Cristina Girardo, Doris Castellanos Simon and Daniela Converso

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Fatemeh Irajzad and Hesamoddin Shahriari

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Naser Rashidi and Hussein Meihami

References Alsup, J. (2006). Teacher identity discourses: Negotiating personal and professional spaces. Mahwah, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates. Antonek, J. L., McCormick, D. E., & Donato, R. (1997). The student teacher portfolio as autobiography: Developing a professional identity. The Modern Language Journal, 81(1), 15–27. Bakhtin, M.M. (1990). Art and Answerability and Edited by Michael Holquist and Vadim Liapunov. Translated by Vadim Liapunov and Kenneth Brostrom. Beauchamp, C. & Thomas, L. (2009

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Yunus Emre Karakaya, Timothy A Brusseau and Tamer Karademir

References 1. Akçadağ T. (2005) Management of problem behaviors, H. Kıran (Ed.), Ankara: Anı Publishing, 277-311. 2. Arslan G., Aslan G. (2014) Measurement of special education teachers’ burnout levels (Tokat example), J. Edu. Sci. Res., Access:, 4(2): 58. 3. Aydemir H. (2013) The study of exploring the burnout and life satisfaction levels of teachers who have been working with students with special needs, Master’s Thesis, Abant Izzet Baysal University, Institute of Educational Sciences, Bolu. 4. Babaoğlan E

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Rea Raus and Thomas Falkenberg

References Babiuk, G., & Falkenberg, T. (2010). Sustainable development and living through changing teacher education and teaching in Manitoba . Retrieved from Beijaard, D, Meijer, P. C., & Verloop, N. (2004). Reconsidering research on teachersí professional identity. Teaching and Teacher Education, 20 , 107–128. Berry, T. (1988). The dream of the earth . San Francisco: Sierra Club Books. Brown, L. B. (1981). Building a sustainable society . New York: Norton. Dregenson, A

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Inge Timoštšuk

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Maria Oreshkina and Katherine Greenberg

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Grazina Ciuladiene and Brigita Kairiene

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Nana Berekashvili

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Teuta Iljazi and Sadri Alija

References 1. Hamre, B., & Pianta, R. (2008). Student-Teacher Relationships, Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) Manual, Pre-K (Vital Statistics), Chapter 5, (pp. 49-59) 2. Pianta, R. C, Hamre, B. K, & Allen, ] . (2012). Teacher-student relationships and engagement: Conceptualizing, measuring, and improving the capacity of classroom interactions. In S Christenson, (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Student Engagement. 3. Margaret, C. W. and Geneva, D. (2008). Teacher Relationships. A digest of research from the Laboratory for Student Success, No