Assessing the Psychosocial Nature of the Work Environment
- Keeping up. // Vocational Education Journal;Apr96, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p14
Reports on job stress and career education. Examples of low-stress and high-stress jobs; Incidence of job stress in the United States; Inauguration of three St. Louis-area vocational-technical education schools that offer career education; Transition from desegration to career education. ...
- EFFECTS OF JOB-RELATED STRESS ON FACULTY INTENTION TO LEAVE ACADEMIA. Barnes, Laura L. B.; Agago, Menna O.; Coombs, William T. // Research in Higher Education;aug98, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p457
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between job-related stress and faculty intent to leave academia. The stress variables studied were reward satisfaction, institutional/departmental reputation, time commitment, departmental/institutional influence, and student...
- Quiz Helping with stress. // Nurse Aide-VIP;Jun2013, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p6
A quiz concerning signs of stress in workplace is presented.
- THE ACADEMIC DEAN: An Imperiled Species Searching for Balance. Gmelch, Walter H.; Wolverton, Mimi; Wolverton, Marvin L.; Sarros, James C. // Research in Higher Education;Dec99, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p717
The academic deanship is the least studied and most misunderstood position in the academy. The work of administration and the pursuit of scholarly endeavors do not make good bedfellows since deans' academic interests turn them firmly toward their departments, but their leadership of the colleges...
- Work stress in management personnel in secondary schools in South Africa. de Monteith, J.L.; Smith, S.; Marais, J.L. // South African Journal of Education;May2001, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p88
Examines the work stress in management personnel in secondary school in South Africa. Similarity between the stressor in principals, deputy principals and heads of department; Identification of specific sources of work stress for employees; Implementation of stress management programmes.
- Coping with stress in the special education classroom. Brownell, Mary // Teaching Exceptional Children;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p76
Discusses the effect stress can have on teachers in special education. Effects of stress that reduces a teacher's motivation; Importance of the ability to successfully manage stress; Reasons special education teachers will be stressed; Need for teachers to make a distinction between their job...
- Students' tactics of resistance and teachers' stress. Lamude, Kevin G.; Fong, Mary // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Dec97 Part 1, Vol. 85 Issue 3, p826
Presents a study on deceptive tactics and reluctant compliance of students in their resistance of on-task learning, and stress that is placed on teachers. Indepth look at the study.
- Beat workplace stress by taking charge of career. // Charlotte Post;1/10/2013, Vol. 38 Issue 18, p1B
The article offers tips from John Swartz of Everest College on dealing with workplace stress including staying top of current trends in the field, learning practical skills and increasing level of education.
- Supporting professionals-at-risk: Evaluating interventions to reduce burnout and improve... Cooley, Elizabeth; Yovanoff, Paul // Exceptional Children;Feb96, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p336
Evaluates the effects of two interventions on factors known to be correlated with actual turnover among special educators and related service providers. Occurrence of dependent variables as a function of intervention; Promise in providing on-the-job support for such professionals at risk of...