While others say this problem must be internal, regarding students’ role. This essay aims to analyze both hypotheses considering Chile’s reality. Some researchers assert that this problem must be external and is mostly teachers’ responsibility. First of all, according to Gökçe DİŞLEN, most of the time students lose their interest and enthusiasm towards language learning due to insecure classroom atmosphere and pedagogues’ harsh attitude (2013). Bad tempered and strict teachers tend to not only make students feel uncomfortable but also themselves.
Unfortunately, these two causes negative feelings, which we often call "stress". They had to do a variety of jobs with the current situation where people choose to run errands. Moreover, not many people have good time management skills, so they must deal with the difficulty of balancing work, study and relax. In short, people who pay too much attention to career may be a victim of pressure. Second, while it may be said that the parties to benefit mankind, the truth is that the failure of the relationship is also a source of stress.
Beside stresses from students, there could be other factors that impair their functions as teachers, such as: more workload, underpay, poor workplace, family matters, support from superiors and administration. These stresses could lead to compassion fatigue. The term compassion fatigue was initially
The teaching profession is recognized since long, unfortunately our society does not value the teacher’s efforts which results in the form of chaos in the action area of a teacher i-e teaching learning process which generate the situation of Psychological Stress, Lack of enthusiasm, frustration and occupational attrition b which is characterized by burnout. After doing a difficult and tedious job for a long time which results in physically and emotionally exhaustion,
Those are more vulnerable to job burnout due to the highly stressful work environment and the emotional strains of the job. Burnout also hits perfectionist people who try to be everyone’s everything, those who identify with their work and get immersed in it to an extent that breaches theirwork-life balance. Causes
A teacher’s perspective can often be overlooked in terms of inclusion and the implementation in the general education classroom. There is discrepancy between the perspectives of general education teachers and special education teachers. Both sets feel like they are underrepresented in the decision-making process for inclusion. According to Buell, Hallam, Gamel-Mccormick, and Scheer in “A Survey of General and Special Education Teachers’ Perceptions and Inservice Needs Concerning Inclusion”, successful collaboration requires that both parties serve as “team members” who both need time for preparation and support (1999, p. 144). Because of the amount of people involved in this process, teachers often feel like their opinions and perspectives
The most remarkable difficulties revealed by the study is the work load of the leading teaches. Leading teachers are asked to complete several task both academic and administrative. As result, leading teachers are unable to concentrate fully on any work. Therefore, the implementation of formative assessment is properly monitored. Moreover, leading teachers are unable to provide the required assistance to the teacher when they are need because of the work load they are bound to
A teacher’s first and foremost interpersonal relationship lies with the students. The behaviour of students with the teacher will have a greater effect on the teaching profession. Teacher is the important relation to students in school and therefore the sole responsibility of the students, thus anything happening to the students will affect the teacher’s profession. A teacher can get a lot of stress from the students which will affect the profession. Too much stress can lead a teacher to become angry and inefficient because he or she will respond emotionally as it’s depicted by the ‘Transactional Model of Stress and Coping’ by Lazarus (1991) and Lazarus and Folkman (1987).
Eric Gill gives further examples stating that some of the biggest challenges of the job include effectually following the bureaucratic rules and guidelines set by the school and trying to teach in a classroom where the students are at all different educational levels (par.61). The difficulty of a wide range of educational levels stems from the possibility that less academically inclined students may find lessons too hard and become frustrated while more gifted students may feel bored and restricted because they already know the content. These challenges prove difficult for some, but many teachers agree that the pros far outweigh the
So what if a person with so much responsibility becomes burnout? If a teacher became burnout, this will affect many people, the teacher itself, his family, his or her students and even student family (Hanif, 2011).Therefore teachers need to be physically and mentally healthy. However there seem a conflict in teachers ' capabilities and their expected role. If they continue their work it may affect their physical and psychological well being as well their competence (Smith, 1992). The