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Teacher stress: directions for future research

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JournalEducational Review
DatePublished - Feb 2001
Issue number1
Volume53
Number of pages9
Pages (from-to)27-35
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Research on teacher stress has become a major area of international research interest. This paper reviews research findings on teacher stress and suggests five directions for future research: (i) monitoring the extent to which particular educational reforms are generating high levels of teacher stress; (ii) exploring why some teachers are able to successfully negotiate periods of career reappraisal and retain a positive commitment to the work, whilst others are not; (iii) clarifying the nature of the stress process in term of two types of triggers' one based on excessive demands and the other based on a concern with self-image; (iv) assessing the effectiveness of particular intervention strategies to reduce teacher stress; (v) exploring the impact of teacher-pupil interaction and classroom climate on teacher stress.

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  • SECONDARY-SCHOOL TEACHERS, BURNOUT, MODEL, STRATEGIES, SYMPTOMS

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