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Canadian teachers' attitudes toward change, efficacy, and burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic
Canadian teachers (N = 1626) took part in a longitudinal, national survey conducted at two points early in the COVID-19 pandemic. Results indicated that teacher efficacy, attitudes toward change, and perceptions of ...
Supporting Teachers in Times of Change: The Job Demands- Resources Model and Teacher Burnout During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Burnout in teachers has been broadly investigated, but no studies have investigated burnout in teachers during a pandemic. The current study is based on a survey of 1278 Canadian teachers and examined whether the Job ...
This is Us: Latent Profile Analysis of Canadian Teachers’ Burnout during the COVID-19 Pandemic
(Canadian Society for the Study of Education, 2022)
During the initial wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, 1,930 Canadian teachers were surveyed about their burnout and resilience levels, as well as their job demands and resources. Latent profile analysis revealed that teachers ...
Planning for Teacher Recovery from the COVID-19 Pandemic: Adaptive Regulation to Promote Resilience
(Rivera Open, 2021-06-25)
Increased job demands coupled with insufficient resources, typically result in job strain which can lead to burnout. However, in a series of studies conducted with Canadian teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic, the findings ...