Perceptions of Pre-Service Teachers on Student Burnout, Occupational Anxiety and Faculty Life Quality


  •  Muhammet Turkoglu    
  •  Ramazan Cansoy    

Abstract

Perceptions of pre-service teachers on burnout, occupational anxiety and faculty life quality were investigated in this research. The research group consisted of 461 pre-service teachers in total studying at Afyon Kocatepe University faculty of education. “Maslach Burnout Inventory-Student Form”, “Faculty Life Quality Scale” and “Occupational Anxiety Scale for Pre-Service Teachers” were used in the collection of the research data. The information on the demographic features of the participants was collected as gender, age, branch and division. Arithmetic mean and T-test were used in the analysis of the data. In the research, it was seen that the burnout levels of pre-service teachers are at moderate level, and they are centred the dimension of feeling competent. It was found that occupational anxiety is centred in appointment related anxiety. It was seen that the level of satisfaction on the quality of faculty life is at a moderate level and it is centred on the dimension of satisfaction with the teaching staff. It was found that the faculty life quality satisfaction levels of female pre-service teachers are higher than male pre-service teachers. On the other hand, the burnout and occupational anxiety levels of female pre-service teachers were found significantly higher than male pre-service teachers.


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  • ISSN(Print): 1927-5250
  • ISSN(Online): 1927-5269
  • Started: 2012
  • Frequency: bimonthly

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