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Volume :12 Issue : 48 1998      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Teaching Stress Versus some other Occupational Stress, and its Relationship to Teachers Educational Beliefs

Auther : Mohammed D. El-Shafie

This study concentrates on two main points:

The first is a comparison between teaching stress as perceived by teachers - and that perceived by: administrators in large schools, telegram and telephone officers who deal directly with the public, and nurses in large hospitals. The second is to find the correlational relationship between teachers perception of occupational stress and their educational beliefs. The sample consists of four subsamples: a - 46 primary school teachers, b - 49 nurses, c - 42 telephone and telegram officers, d - 39 school administrators. Two tools are used a - Occupational stress scale prepared by Fontana in 1989, modified by Fontana and other in 1993, and translated into Arabic and standardized to fit the study sample by the researcher, b - Scale of teachers educational beliefs prepared by the researcher.

Findings indicate:

a - Occupational stress differs from one occupation to another.

b - Teaching - the research subject - is more stressing occupation than telegram and telephone officers and less than nursing.

c - Thers is a significant negative correlational relationship between teachers perception of occupational stress and their correctly identified educational beliefs.

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