• Psychology
  • Published 2008

Teacher Burnout: Locus of Control and its Correlation to Teacher Burnout and Job Satisfaction

@inproceedings{Bevis2008TeacherBL,
  title={Teacher Burnout: Locus of Control and its Correlation to Teacher Burnout and Job Satisfaction},
  author={Kimberly A. Bevis},
  year={2008}
}
Teacher burnout is a significant problem in education today. While studies have researched the possible reasons behind it and the effect it has on students and teachers, this study proposed to investiagte the correlation between teacher burnout, locus of control and ob satisfaction. Surveys were sent to 102 teachers who taught kindergarten through 12 grade in two school districts in Southeastern Ohio. Of the 53 surveys that were returned, 28% of the teachers demonstrated burn out, 40% were… CONTINUE READING

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