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Richards, K. Andrew R.; Hemphill, Michael A.; Templin, Thomas J. – Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2018
Teaching has been characterised as a stressful profession that is prone to burnout. Less is known about the specific ways in which teachers experience and navigate stressors associated with their work. This study aimed to qualitatively understand how teachers who perceive high and low levels of burnout characterise their lived experiences in…
Descriptors: Individual Characteristics, Stress Variables, Teacher Burnout, Work Environment
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Ismail, Siti Noor; Abdullah, Anis Salwa; Abdullah, Abdul Ghani Kanesan – International Journal of Instruction, 2019
This study was conducted to determine the relationship and the effect of school leaders' authentic leadership towards teachers' job stress. A cross-sectional quantitative approach using a questionnaire has been used on 330 teachers from 143 excellent performance primary schools in the Eastern part of Peninsular Malaysia. Authentic Leadership…
Descriptors: Leaders, Stress Variables, Stress Management, Foreign Countries
Froese-Germain, Bernie – Canadian Teachers' Federation, 2014
Over the past few decades Canada has experienced sweeping demographic, social, economic and technological changes. These changes have had, and continue to have, a major impact on the work-life balance of Canadians--that is, on their ability to balance work and personal demands. Some of these factors also impact the work-life balance of the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Family Work Relationship, Teaching Load, Work Environment
Brown, Emily Pence – ProQuest LLC, 2016
Vocal fatigue and dysphonia are considered to be common hazards associated with occupational voice users. Teachers, due to the consistent communication demands of the profession, represent the highest percentage of clinical voice disorder patients (Verdolini & Ramig, 2001). Voice related injuries in teachers could result in lost wages due to…
Descriptors: Voice Disorders, Music, Music Teachers, Secondary School Teachers
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Broadhead, Moira; Chilton, Roy; Crichton, Catriona – Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties, 2009
The Scallywags service works specifically within home and school environments to promote parent, teacher and child competencies for children at risk of developing behavioural and/or emotional problems. The scheme has been successfully evaluated, demonstrating significant reductions in parental stress for parents involved in the scheme. This paper…
Descriptors: Stress Variables, Emotional Problems, Intervention, Accounting
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Benedicta, A. Sneha – Journal on School Educational Technology, 2014
This study mainly aims to describe the occupational stress and organizational climate of higher secondary teachers with regard to gender, locality, family type, experience and type of management. Simple random sampling technique was adopted for the selection of sample. The data is collected from 200 higher secondary teachers from government and…
Descriptors: Stress Variables, Work Environment, Teaching Conditions, Organizational Climate
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Evers, Arnoud T.; Van der Heijden, Béatrice I. J. M.; Kreijns, Karel – European Journal of Training and Development, 2016
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to investigate organisational (cultural and relational) and task factors which potentially enhance teachers' professional development at work (TPD at Work). The development of lifelong learning competencies and, consequently, the careers of teachers, has become a permanent issue on the agenda of schools…
Descriptors: Institutional Characteristics, Faculty Development, Inservice Teacher Education, Lifelong Learning
Enrico, Marisa – ProQuest LLC, 2017
Despite empirical evidence suggesting social-emotional learning (SEL) is critical for reducing risk behaviors and promoting mental health, prosocial behaviors, and academic achievement, SEL programs have not been routinely adopted in school settings (Durlak et al., 2011). Due to associated implications for adoption and implementation, recent…
Descriptors: Correlation, Social Development, Emotional Development, Mental Health
Blazer, Christie – Research Services, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, 2010
Burnout is a state of physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion resulting from chronic stress. It is characterized by feelings of alienation, indifference, and low self-regard, a loss of interest in work, and an inability to perform one's day-to-day job duties. Burnout within the teaching profession has been recognized as a serious problem.…
Descriptors: Work Environment, Self Efficacy, Stress Management, Feedback (Response)
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Idon, Paul Ikhodaro; Suleiman, Ibrahim Kayode; Olasoji, Hector Oladapo – Journal of Education and Practice, 2015
The educational climate surrounding students is considered as one of the factors determining academic success. Students and teachers have become aware of the "educational environment" of their institution. Health science courses in Nigerian universities employ a combination of traditional classroom and clinical learning methods. There is…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Attitudes, Educational Environment, Dental Schools
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Jennings, Patricia A.; Brown, Joshua L.; Frank, Jennifer L.; Doyle, Sebrina; Oh, Yoonkyung; Davis, Regin; Rasheed, Damira; DeWeese, Anna; DeMauro, Anthony A.; Cham, Heining; Greenberg, Mark T. – Journal of Educational Psychology, 2017
Understanding teachers' stress is of critical importance to address the challenges in today's educational climate. Growing numbers of teachers are reporting high levels of occupational stress, and high levels of teacher turnover are having a negative impact on education quality. Cultivating Awareness and Resilience in Education (CARE for Teachers)…
Descriptors: Interpersonal Competence, Randomized Controlled Trials, Stress Variables, Teacher Burnout
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Stetson, Erica A.; Plog, Amy E. – School Social Work Journal, 2016
Recent research indicates that children with challenging behavior often have underlying cognitive deficits. Despite this, rewards and consequences are usually the main tools used to try to address these behaviors. Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) offers an alternative approach that aims to foster a positive adult-child relationship and build…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Interpersonal Competence, Stress Variables, Self Control
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Prior, Jennifer – Childhood Education, 2014
Classroom management is perhaps one of the most difficult aspects of an elementary teacher's job. Most focus on discipline when they think about managing a classroom, but much more is involved. Without an effectively managed classroom, teachers face a loss of instructional time, and experience stress and feelings of inadequacy (Sayeski &…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Elementary School Students, Elementary School Teachers, Stress Variables
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Schaubman, Averi; Stetson, Erica; Plog, Amy – School Social Work Journal, 2011
Student behavior affects teacher stress levels and the student-teacher relationship. In this pilot study, teachers were trained in Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS), a cognitive-behavioral model that explains challenging behavior as the result of underlying deficits in the areas of flexibility/adaptability, frustration tolerance, and problem…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Teacher Burnout, Mental Health, Problem Solving
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Griffiths, Amanda – Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2014
This paper considers teacher resilience from the viewpoint of a discipline concerned with the interactions between work design, management style and employee health and well-being: occupational health psychology. It will be suggested that there are strong parallels between interventions designed to promote resilience and those designed to reduce…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), Occupational Safety and Health, Psychology, Intervention
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