The inability of employees to achieve their needs may amount to dissatisfaction which could eventually lead to turnover intention of workers. Thus employees who are satisfied with their workplace / work environment are less likely to want to leave their organization. The improvement of performance in schools totally depends on teachers’ job satisfaction (Shah & Jumani 2015).This may be true because dissatisfied teachers may not be efficient in discharging their duties. Smilansky (1984) as contained in Kayastha, (2012) observed teachers ' work satisfaction and revealed that teachers ' general satisfaction and stress at work were related mostly to their reported feelings about happening within class (such as interaction with pupils, the process of teaching, and pupils’ behaviour in school) rather than to administrative or policy
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.
Troughout this essay I´m gonna talk about some of the problems that teachers cause in schools and people do not do anything to stop them and that it is possible that students can also evaluate teachers in a way that they do with us, teachers should be an example for the students and someones are just the opposite there are teachers who are corrupt and who are only in a position on a school because they have friends on the gobernment or the principal is his friend and they do not have enough preparation or patience to deal with people and less in adolescence or pre-adolescence,I think it is an obligation of the teacher to prepare formally to be in front of a classroom, they must be evaluated psychologically, from their character, way of being,
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
I firstly cause economic stress towards my parents because I depend on them financially. They feed me, pay for my school fees, clothe me, and provide a shelter for me. I sometimes lack understanding towards my parents’ finances as I constantly require them to give me money for sometimes unnecessary consumer goods. I cause stress towards my teachers when I do not hand in my work on time and do not work to the best to my abilities. When I do not hand in my work in time this disrupts my teachers to behind in their marking schedules and may delay my teacher handing in my work for moderation.
Teaching the students self-control is important and takes time. Students will make mistakes but teaches need to make the mistake a learning tool by teaching the students a better way to conduct themselves. He writes “When we are unreasonable with students and humiliate them into submission, the benefit is really for the teacher and not the students”, this really hit home for me, I have seen that happen and the student shut down and he had a miserable rest of his year. We need to instill confidence in our students not talk poorly to them. Chapter Five-The Quiet Man (76-89) As I was reading this I was thinking that it was written just for me.
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
1.1 Background of the Study Teacher plays an eminent role in society. Teachers nourish the youth to equip them with skill and knowledge. Teacher’s influence streamlines the youth career pathways and provides support. Teacher lusters every member of the nation in different ways. 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.
Tenure in education refers to a contracted agreement between a teacher and its institution that provides job security. It is usually presented to the teachers who have successfully completed a probationary period, whilst proving their ability. Tenured teachers are supposedly chosen based on their effectiveness and ability to teach, which is evaluated through students' achievements in their course, feedback evaluations, and teacher performance. This, however, creates a perverse incentive. Tenure has become a serious barrier to making progress at an institutional level; it both insulates its possessors from the pressures to change, and provides a strong motivation for grade leniency to the untenured (Dresner).
SWOT Analysis • Principal, who can take crucial decisions at important times • Strong image in the region, especially in the education belts • Strong core competency of providing best in class service • Top class faculty devoted to the welfare of the students • Word of Mouth marketing agents of the horde of satisfied students who attract more fare from their peers and juniors. • Human capital of experienced and intelligent education professionals who enhance the brand appeal of the school in the region Don Bosco School 8 • Disrupts monthly cash flows • Increase in fees will discourage students and parents • A not so attractive school website, lack of proper information and not fully developed • Poorly trained support staff with most of them being contract/ temporary employees. It leads to a decrease in the efficiency