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Primary Teachers Stress

Author : Geoff Troman
ISBN : 0415224128
Genre : Education
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"The findings inform policy recommendations aimed at preventing at source occupational stress in teaching and other 'caring' professions, as well as offering advice to individuals suffering from stress."--Jacket.
Category: Education

Teaching Under Pressure

Author : Anne Cockburn
ISBN : 9781135717599
Genre : Education
File Size : 78.72 MB
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This text is based on the author's research into primary school teacher's stress. The research has been linked with the author's belief in the need to understand ourselves, our personal and professional situations and how they relate. The resulting book is a practical text designed to address the reader in such a way that they can readily identify with what is being discussed. Futhermore, readers are encouraged to explore ways in which they can begin to tackle their own problems.
Category: Education

Degree Of Teachers Stress In Jamaica And The United Kingdom

Author : Georgette Rosemarie Bertram
ISBN : 9781466942431
Genre : Education
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This study explores the hypotheses that stress is: 1. Common to every teacher in one school or another 2. Teachers in the United Kingdom now perceive greater stress than teachers in Jamaica 3. Teachers experience stress for different reasons 4. The occurrence of stress has a negative effect on teaching A comparative study was undertaken of the degree of stress in Jamaica and the UK. This was attempted through the descriptive methodology of questionnaires.
Category: Education

Teachers Under Pressure

Author : Cary Cooper
ISBN : 9781135090357
Genre : Education
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Our education system has undergone a process of enormous and rapid change, and all too often teachers have found that insufficient support has been offered to help them cope with this. As a result, most teachers now find that they experience stress of one sort or another at some point during their careers. As a direct reaction to this, the National Association of Schoolmasters and Union of Women Teachers (NASUWT) have commissioned a comprehensive study of the issue of teacher stress. This book reports on the findings of that study, and the implications this has not only for teachers, but also for the pupils they teach. Cary Cooper and Cheryl Travers' book: * helps to identify which teachers are currently at risk of stress * explores how teacher's problems vary according to where they work, their grade, whether they are male or female and the age range they teach * suggests ways in which the problems of teachers can be helped * suggests preventative action to minimise stress and maximise educational experience
Category: Education

The Emotions Of Teacher Stress

Author : Denise Carlyle
ISBN : 1858562732
Genre : Education
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This text traces the causes of teacher stress, examining work patterns, individual psychologies, the structure of the education system and roles and relationships. The findings should help to alleviate occupational stress amongst teachers and those in comparable jobs within the caring professions.
Category: Education

Stress Busting For Teachers

Author : Chris Kyriacou
ISBN : 0748753125
Genre : Education
File Size : 87.75 MB
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Drawing on his experience of research and many stress-busting workshops he has run for teachers, the author of this book explains the nature and source of stress, how to pre-empt stress, a range of direct action and palliative coping strategies and what successful schools do to minimize stress on their staff. It aims to be the key to defeating teacher stress.
Category: Education

Talis 2018 Results Volume Ii Teachers And School Leaders As Valued Professionals

Author : OECD
ISBN : 9789264805972
Genre :
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This report aims to provide an in-depth analysis of teachers’ and school leaders’ perceptions of the value of their profession, their work-related well-being and stress, and their satisfaction with their working conditions. It also offers a description of teachers’ and school leaders’ contractual arrangements, opportunities to engage in professional tasks such as collaborative teamwork, autonomous decision making, and leadership practices.
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International Perspectives On Teacher Stress

Author : Christopher McCarthy
ISBN : 9781617359170
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 43.54 MB
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This book is the latest volume in the Research on Stress and Coping in Education series. The authors present original research and current theory regarding the realities of coping with the stresses of teaching. The chapters highlight working conditions for teachers around the globe and the processes and strategies that teachers use to survive and thrive in their daily work with students, families, and educational administrators. Both stress researchers and educational policy makers will find the chapters offer insights into sources of stress for teachers, strategies for stress prevention and coping, and the negative consequences that stress can have on teacher retention. Researchers from Norway, Turkey, Greece, the United States, the Netherlands, Germany, Russia, Italy, and China illustrate through a variety of research methods both the centrality of cultural context and the commonalities of teacher experiences around the world.
Category: Self-Help

The Essential Guide To Managing Teacher Stress

Author : Bill Rogers
ISBN : 140826174X
Genre : Education
File Size : 60.18 MB
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Offering practical solutions to those facing problems in the classroom, this book emphasises the necessity for, and proven advantages of, a peer support as part of a whole-school approach to issues such as stress management, discipline and curriculum.
Category: Education

Teacher Stress

Author : Marita Moll
ISBN : STANFORD:36105119786155
Genre : Teachers
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This bibliography contains 387 references on the subject of teacher stress appearing in sources between January 1977 and April 1982. The definition of stress was expanded to include items on burnout, alienation, morale, and job satisfaction to provide a more complete list of references on factors contributing to the problem of stress. The sources consulted in preparing this bibliography include: (1) Bibliographie du Quebec; (2) British Education Index; (3) Canadian Books in Print; (4) Canadian Education Index; (5) Current Index to Journals in Education; (6) Directory of Education Studies in Canada; (7) Educational Administration Abstracts; (8) Onteris (Ont. Ministry of Education); (9) Radar; (10) Resources in Education; and (11) Subject Guide to Books in Print. References include books, articles, and theses. (Author/JD)
Category: Teachers

Teaching Professionalisation Development And Leadership

Author : David Johnson
ISBN : 9781402081866
Genre : Education
File Size : 78.84 MB
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This book addresses central issues in the professionalisation and deprofessionalisation of teachers. It tackles these issues from different perspectives and in relation to different contexts. The book analyses new managerialism. It also considers possible solutions to two problems in particular: how to achieve accountability without intensification, and how to ensure that school management and leadership functions to support and enhance teachers as professionals.
Category: Education

Primary Education From Plowden To The 1990s

Author : Norman Thomas
ISBN : 185000708X
Genre : Education
File Size : 24.70 MB
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The Plowden Report delivered high ambitions for more equitable treatment of the under-fives and intended to allow parents and children more influence. Examining how these recommendations have worked in practice, this volume considers changes due to the 1988 Act.
Category: Education

Teacher Stress

Author : Virginia Van Pelt Brown
ISBN : MSU:31293017402755
Genre : Teachers
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Category: Teachers

Teacher Well Being

Author : Elizabeth Holmes
ISBN : 9780415334983
Genre : Education
File Size : 24.9 MB
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Almost all teachers experience stress in their working lives. In this book, Elizabeth Holmes highlights the potential causes for stress, from day-to-day problems such as having a difficult class or the perpetual need to take work home, to underlying, long-term concerns about caree
Category: Education

Emerging Thought And Research On Student Teacher And Administrator Stress And Coping

Author : Gordon S. Gates
ISBN : 1593117183
Genre : Education
File Size : 81.30 MB
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This collection of chapters presents research focused on emerging strategies, paradigms, and theories on the sources, experiences, and consequences of stress, coping, and prevention pertaining to students, teachers and administrators. Studies analyze data collected through action research, program evaluation, surveys, qualitative interviewing, auto ethnography, and mixed methods gathered from students and educators in the United States, Italy, Holland, Turkey, and Australia.
Category: Education

National Education

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ISBN : SRLF:D0001819069
Genre : Education
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Category: Education

Structural Sources Of Teacher Stress In State High Schools

Author : Rosemarie Otto
ISBN : UCAL:B4195724
Genre : High school teachers
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This questionnaire study examines the sources and extent of occupational stress among a sample of 115 high school teachers (66 women and 49 men) and shows a significant relationship between the number of conditions teachers find highly stressful and a symptom score. A factor analysis of stress items produced eight factors which relfect the main causes of stress identified in overseas literature. The teachers' responses to open ended questions on stress and health provide qualitative data which support the quantitative findings further.
Category: High school teachers

Stress In Teaching

Author : Margaret Johnstone
ISBN : UOM:39015029982843
Genre : Burn out (Psychology)
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This booklet provides a succinct survey of studies on stress in relation to teaching, centering around British research. It provides a comprehensive guide to how stress in teaching has been studied and the conclusions reached. Topics covered are: (1) what is stress; (2) what are the causes of stress in teaching; (3) how prevalent is stress in teaching; (4) who is stressed; and (5) what are the effects of stress and how can teachers cope. Each chapter provides a summary note on the topic, research findings on the topics, and a final comment. Over 150 citations are listed in the bibliography. (JD)
Category: Burn out (Psychology)