Gender Perceptions of Challenging Student Behavior and Teacher Stress

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Everaert, H.A.; Wolf, van der, J.C.;
(2006)
  • Subject: class size | behaviorally challenging students | self-efficacy | teacher stress | feminization of education | negative affect
    mesheuropmc: education | behavioral disciplines and activities

The present study focuses on the level of stress male and female teachers perceive when dealing with the most behaviorally challenging student in his or her classroom. To measure stress in Dutch elementary classrooms, a sample was drawn of 582 teachers. First, they rate... View more
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