School Environment Factors as Predictors for Teachers ’ Teaching Efficacy , Teacher Stress and Job Satisfaction

@inproceedings{Tran2015SchoolEF,
  title={School Environment Factors as Predictors for Teachers ’ Teaching Efficacy , Teacher Stress and Job Satisfaction},
  author={Van Dat Tran and Minh Tuan Le},
  year={2015}
}
The purpose of this study is identify how teachers’ perceptions of school environment factors, and the extent to which these predict outcome variables teaching efficacy, job satisfaction and teacher stress. It also investigates if teaching efficacy affects job satisfaction, and teacher stress impacts teaching efficacy and job satisfaction. The sample included 387 Vietnamese junior high school teachers. Participants completed one questionnaire for four sections about school environment, teaching… CONTINUE READING

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