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Teacher’s Burnout Syndrome

Author(s): Agata Woźniak-Krakowian
Subject(s): Education, Psychology
Published by: Uniwersytet Humanistyczno-Przyrodniczy im. Jana Długosza w Częstochowie

Summary/Abstract: This article applies to a group of professional burnout of teachers. Burnout is a process that applies to the general stress reactions resulting from the hardship and difficulties at work. This applies various professional groups, including teachers. Burnout is a process of inevitable destruction that takes place in the psyche of people who excessively exploit their strength in working with people. It is a consequence of the limited capacity, efficiency and sense of operation. Burnout is a work consisting of stress compared to the goals and values of their own work to the insights, attitudes and ways of implementation. It promotes a number of factors such as job dissatisfaction, fatigue and emotional exhaustion, the threat value through social change, arrogance on the part of pupils, lack of initiative, abuse of trust, dishonesty, etc. Burnout syndrome involves a lot of stress reactions, such as loss of concern for others, reduced morale work (reduced motivation, willingness to work), excessive distancing the problems customers experiencing problems from the sphere of work in non-business situations, etc. These reactions were at work experienced teachers. Working with the student and his parents sometimes is stressful. The article describes specific teaching career and the factors by which a teacher can experience burnout syndrome.

  • Issue Year: 2013
  • Issue No: 22
  • Page Range: 119-131
  • Page Count: 13
  • Language: Polish