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Burnout among senior teachers. Investigating the role of workload and interpersonal relationships at work. / Van Droogenbroeck, Filip; Spruyt, Bram; Vanroelen, Christophe.

Paper presented at the ECER 2013. 2013.

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Van Droogenbroeck, F, Spruyt, B & Vanroelen, C 2013, Burnout among senior teachers. Investigating the role of workload and interpersonal relationships at work. in Paper presented at the ECER 2013. European Conference on Educational Research 2013, Istanbul, Turkey, 9/09/13.

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title = "Burnout among senior teachers. Investigating the role of workload and interpersonal relationships at work",
abstract = "According to the 'intensification' thesis external pressures from policy makers, supervisors, parents and experts fuels an ever-expanding teaching role and associated workload. Against that background, we examined how four interpersonal relationships (students, colleagues, supervisors and parents), teaching-related and non-teaching-related workload (e.g. paperwork) and autonomy are related to teacher burnout (emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, personal accomplishment). The participants were 1,878 Flemish teachers aged 45 or older. The data was analyzed by means of structural equation modeling. Interpersonal relationships were differentially related to burnout. Teaching-related and non-teaching-related workload were both related to emotional exhaustion. Autonomy was most strongly related to non-teaching-related workload. HIGHLIGHTS: * INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS ARE DIFFERENTIALLY RELATED TO THE BURNOUT DIMENSIONS * RELATIONS WITH STUDENTS ARE STRONGEST RELATED TO THE THREE BURNOUT DIMENSIONS * SUPERVISORS PLAY A CRUCIAL ROLE IN GIVING TEACHERS MORE AUTONOMY * MORE AUTONOMY LEADS TO LESS DISSATISFACTION WITH NON-TEACHING-RELATED WORKLOAD * OUR DATA SUPPORTS THE SEQUENTIAL PROCESS MODEL OF BURNOUT",
keywords = "Teacher Burnout, Teacher Autonomy, Workload, Social Support, Intensification",
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T1 - Burnout among senior teachers. Investigating the role of workload and interpersonal relationships at work

AU - Van Droogenbroeck, Filip

AU - Spruyt, Bram

AU - Vanroelen, Christophe

PY - 2013/9/10

Y1 - 2013/9/10

N2 - According to the 'intensification' thesis external pressures from policy makers, supervisors, parents and experts fuels an ever-expanding teaching role and associated workload. Against that background, we examined how four interpersonal relationships (students, colleagues, supervisors and parents), teaching-related and non-teaching-related workload (e.g. paperwork) and autonomy are related to teacher burnout (emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, personal accomplishment). The participants were 1,878 Flemish teachers aged 45 or older. The data was analyzed by means of structural equation modeling. Interpersonal relationships were differentially related to burnout. Teaching-related and non-teaching-related workload were both related to emotional exhaustion. Autonomy was most strongly related to non-teaching-related workload. HIGHLIGHTS: * INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS ARE DIFFERENTIALLY RELATED TO THE BURNOUT DIMENSIONS * RELATIONS WITH STUDENTS ARE STRONGEST RELATED TO THE THREE BURNOUT DIMENSIONS * SUPERVISORS PLAY A CRUCIAL ROLE IN GIVING TEACHERS MORE AUTONOMY * MORE AUTONOMY LEADS TO LESS DISSATISFACTION WITH NON-TEACHING-RELATED WORKLOAD * OUR DATA SUPPORTS THE SEQUENTIAL PROCESS MODEL OF BURNOUT

AB - According to the 'intensification' thesis external pressures from policy makers, supervisors, parents and experts fuels an ever-expanding teaching role and associated workload. Against that background, we examined how four interpersonal relationships (students, colleagues, supervisors and parents), teaching-related and non-teaching-related workload (e.g. paperwork) and autonomy are related to teacher burnout (emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, personal accomplishment). The participants were 1,878 Flemish teachers aged 45 or older. The data was analyzed by means of structural equation modeling. Interpersonal relationships were differentially related to burnout. Teaching-related and non-teaching-related workload were both related to emotional exhaustion. Autonomy was most strongly related to non-teaching-related workload. HIGHLIGHTS: * INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS ARE DIFFERENTIALLY RELATED TO THE BURNOUT DIMENSIONS * RELATIONS WITH STUDENTS ARE STRONGEST RELATED TO THE THREE BURNOUT DIMENSIONS * SUPERVISORS PLAY A CRUCIAL ROLE IN GIVING TEACHERS MORE AUTONOMY * MORE AUTONOMY LEADS TO LESS DISSATISFACTION WITH NON-TEACHING-RELATED WORKLOAD * OUR DATA SUPPORTS THE SEQUENTIAL PROCESS MODEL OF BURNOUT

KW - Teacher Burnout

KW - Teacher Autonomy

KW - Workload

KW - Social Support

KW - Intensification

M3 - Meeting abstract (Book)

BT - Paper presented at the ECER 2013

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