Stress Suffering of Teachers Research Proposal by Write Fine

A study covering the factors of resiliency in combating teacher stress.
# 112591 | 4,265 words | 8 sources | APA | 2009 | US
Published on Mar 02, 2009 in Education (Teaching Methods) , Education (General)

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The paper discusses a study which examines the coping techniques of teachers in a small sampling and determines which factors of resiliency are most effective in enabling the teacher to cope with the stress related to the teaching profession. The paper continues and examines the factors of wellness among teachers as related to stress and burnout, and sets forth a case study research examining the health related issues.

Purpose of Study
Significance of Study
Organization of Remaining Chapters
Literature Review

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Brown, Zoe Ann; and Uehara, Denise L. (nd) Coping with Teacher Stress: A Research Synthesis for Pacific Educators. Pacific Resources for Education and Learning. Product RS9901. Research Synthesis. Online available at:
  • Howard, Sue; and Johnson, Bruce (nd) Resilient Teachers: Resisting Stress and Burnout. University of South Australia. Online available at:
  • Johnson, Susan Moore (1990) Teachers at Work: Achieiving Success in Our Schools. Basic Books, New York 1990.
  • Kowalski, Charles (2002)Caring for teachers in uncaring schools. Curriculum Innovation, Testing and Evaluation: Proceedings of the 1st Annual JALT Pan-SIG Conference.May 11-12, 2002. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto Institute of Technology. Online available at:
  • Lauzon, Lara (1999) Teacher Wellness. Vol. 1, Issue II. Fall 1999. Online available at:

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