“Teacher stress may be defined as the experience by a teacher of unpleasant, negative emotions, such as anger, anxiety, tension, frustration or depression, resulting from some aspect of their work as a teacher” (Kyriacou, C., 2001). The article was written from a teacher’s perspective in regards to their mental health and the impact it may have on the students. Indicating that there are a multitude of sources that create stress including students behaviour, feeling supported by administration, daily conflict, workload to name a few. Discussion about how to relieve stress and what the school can do to reduce the amount of stress that teachers are expressing and determining appropriate strategies to support the
C. Analysis In this chapter, I will make critical analysis on the results of the classroom observation with my opinion. 1. Teacher’s Classroom Management a. Managing students to pay attention to the lesson According to Warfield (2016) mentioned that classroom surrounding very affects to student performance. So, this is the teachers’ duties to make the students pay attention to the lesson when the students feel so bored and lost their concentration during the lesson.
According to the NEA article it states, "Many teachers, also paying students for good grades leads to practical problems in the classrooms, those of which include pressure to inflate grades and conflict with the student and parent/guardian." This shows that if students get paid for school, there are chances that the student would be bullied on school grounds because the other pupils would want the payment/money if they didn 't receive any for themselves. Another issue is that the student receiving the payment would boast about their grades and would look down on other students thinking they 're better. Clearly, these issues can affect the child and others around them.
Interpersonal communication remains a fundamental aspect in the functioning of a primary education institution as it lightens the load upon the shoulders of teachers. The author in this write up will therefore discuss the significance of interpersonal communication to a primary school teacher. Among the aspects to be unfolded to detail are psychological functions, social and influential functions of interpersonal communication but equally the important, the writer will also highlight issues such as distortion of message by gestures, high probability of child abuse cases and finally inability of the teacher to communicate effectively. Key terms to be defined are interpersonal communication. Communicating interpersonally between the teacher
This tends to related to disagreements that come from personality clashes or emotional interactions among team members If the conflict occur with the person especially when one is frustrated with his or her goals, this termed as intrapersonal conflict (Neal, 2003). Effects of conflicts in schools According to (Omboko,210) conflict in school have large impacts to teaching and learning process. It may reduce strengths and resources such as social support and integration among teachers and all those involved in education which ultimately increase problems in schools among students and teachers. It threaten school functioning and trigger a chain of other educational and social problems which includes abuse office,disagreement,hostility and violent fights which may have negative impact on the successful running school particularly teaching and learning. According to (Caravan and Monahan, 2001) conflict may result into blockage to school development.This lead to poorly performance of the students and failure to achieve educational goals.
This may make student feel stressful and depressed. Stress is one of the most common psychological disorders affecting university students. The cause of stress are complex and complicated. Stress can be broke down or worse by six categories : academic background, social influences family, finances, situational problems such as illness. Some students think that stress occurred by outside factors like a test, a professor, or a paper is make them stress out.
The Effect of Teachers’ Language Awareness on Their Reading Task Design Ability The importance of teachers’ role in educational systems is undeniable. An obvious parallel can be found between quality of teacher education courses and teachers’ act in their classes. It is a matter of concern in EFL contexts that so many teachers of English seem to have such limited knowledge of the language they are teaching (Thornbury, 1997). There are some reports in some parts of the world which claim that teachers are not well trained (Townsend & Bates, 2007). LA should be one of the main parts of pre-service and in-service courses’ content in order to train teachers with sufficient language awareness to do well in their classes.
Teachers have to cope with the variation from individual to individual and this can result in great strain on their relationship. Everyone’s life in one way or another is touched by a teacher, but what is a good teacher? Who knows? Psychologists and educators have tried to compile a sketch of a good teachers
Many students suffer from ailments like depression, sleep deprivation, anxiety and drugs out of which their brain is affected on a large scale and makes them weak and poor in their studies which does not let them concentrate on their goals. For their wellbeing and treatment there must be counseling services, wellness programs where students could be obtain education about how to maintain their health. Parents and teachers must maintain a good relationship with students and try to identify their health issues and help them to resolve those issues (Kernan et al,