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ERIC Number: EJ1220572
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2019-Jun
Pages: 17
Abstractor: As Provided
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ISSN: EISSN-1949-4289
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Determine Pre-Service Teachers' Burnout Levels and Anxiety of Not to Be Appointed to Teacher Profession
Engin, Gizem
Educational Policy Analysis and Strategic Research, v14 n2 p29-44 Jun 2019
This study aims to determine the pre-service teachers' burnout levels, their anxiety about not to be appointed to teacher profession, their academic achievements and the relation of these variables with each other. In accordance with this purpose, this study was designed according to correlational survey model. "It has been found that pre-service teachers' burnout levels are moderate. It has been concluded that their emotional burnout levels are particularly high. While pre-service teachers' depersonalization/cynicism levels are close to the average value, it has been seen that their burnout levels on the subject of academic proficiency are low and their anxiety about being not to be appointed to teacher profession is high. Most pre-service teachers' fear levels on being not to be appointed are also high. Their personal perception level is average. Among the departments, there are differences in variables like burnout levels, anxiety about not being appointed to teacher profession and academic achievement. It has been found that academic average of group is 3.05 point and the grade point average differ between the departments. It has been concluded that burnout levels of those who choose their department willingly are lower than those who choose their department unwillingly. And also, the first group's grade point average is higher than the second group. Besides that, all pre-service teachers have anxiety about being not to be appointed. When the correlation between pre-service teachers' burnout levels, their anxiety about not being appointed to teacher profession and their grade point average have been examined, it has been found that there is a negative oriented moderate correlation between their grade point average and their burnout total points, and there is a positive oriented weak correlation between their burnout total points and their anxiety about not to be appointed as teachers.
International Association of Educators. Egitim Fakultesi Dekanligi, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Canakkale 17100, Turkey. e-mail: secretary@inased.org; Web site: http://inased.org/epasad/english/index.html
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Turkey
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