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ERIC Number: ED056516
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 18
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A Study of Job Satisfaction Among Television Teachers.
Keezer, Philip W.
Television (TV) teachers filled out a mail questionnaire designed to determine factors which caused these teachers to feel satisfied with their jobs. Job satisfaction was higher for teachers who felt they had been given adequate training in adapting their teaching to TV. Except for teachers who most often received feedback via telephone after presentations, job satisfaction was higher for those who generally received some feedback than for those receiving no feedback. Teachers who felt that characteristics of TV enhanced their presentation were more satisfied than those who felt the medium limited them. Those who felt their salary and/or release time from non-TV duties was adequate were more satisfied than those who felt it inadequate. Full-time TV teachers were more satisfied than those released more than one but less than three hours per hour of finished TV presentation. Teachers also preferred to be notified when one of their superiors planned to observe their presentations from a location where they couldn't observe him, rather than not be notified of such an observation. (JK)
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