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Teachers Burnout Syndrome

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Marina Egea Nebot

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Transcript of Teachers Burnout Syndrome

Approach to
the concept of burnout.


Degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources

Marina Egea Nebot
July 2014
CONTENT
-Introduction.
-Work aims.
-Methodology.
-Approach to the concept of Burnout.
-Teaching context.
-Training module.
-Conclusions and final comments.
Introduction
Symptomatology
Physical symptoms:
chronic fatigue, sleeping disorders, back pain,
cardiovascular, gastrointestinal and dermatological disorders.
Behavioural symptoms:
absenteeism, consumption of alcohol, caffeine and/or tobacco and changes in eating behaviour.
Emotional symptoms:
reduced sense of personal accomplishment, frustration, dissatisfaction, depression and anxiety.
Symptoms in interpersonal relations:
feeling of failure, fear, guilt, sadness, pessimism, irritability and social isolation.
Work performance:
monotony, lack of enthusiasm, concentration difficulties, reduced productivity and work quality.
Existential symptoms:
frequent questioning of the sense of work or occupation and feeling of incompetence.
Teaching context
Training Module
"Regardless of the different educational levels, teaching has been considered to be one of the most stressful professions" (Gold & Roth, 1993, p.39)
Burnout syndrome in Spanish secondary teachers.
A prevention training module.

Tutor: Mª Isabel Beas Collado
Work aims
Raise awareness of the importance of preventing burnout syndrome.
Develop a training module designed to prevent burnout syndrome in Spanish secondary teachers.
Increase teacher motivation.
Promote healthy lifestyles to modify unhealthy behaviours at school.
Why Burnout?
Personal motivations.
Parts of the project:
Literature review.
Proposed training module.
Methodology
Review of the current literature.
Teacher context research.
In the training module:
Oral presentations.
Assessment questionnaires.
Colloquiums.
Workshops.
What is Burnout?
"A syndrome of emotional exhaustion,
depersonalization, and reduced personal
accomplishment that can occur among individuals who work with people in some capacity“
(Maslach, Jackson & Leiter, 1996, p. 4)
Why is it aimed at secondary teachers?
Lack of social support.
Work overload.
Conflicts in and outside classrooms.
Vandalism in the centre facilities.
Passive attitude of the students.
Frustration.
Lack of consensus in the application of disciplinary measures.
DAY 1
Session nº1. Aims of the training module. Duration: 45 minutes.

Session nº2. Oral presentation: Burnout concept, dimensions and symptomatology. Duration: 90 minutes.

BREAK TIME.

Session nº3. Self-assessment using the Maslach Burnout Inventory. Duration: 30 minutes.

Session nº4. Benchmarking and diagnosis. Duration: 105 minutes.

END OF THE DAY.
DAY 2
Session nº1. Oral presentation: Variables that affect the construction of burnout. Duration: 90 minutes.

Session nº2. Does the group comply with the factors?
Duration: 45 minutes.

BREAK TIME.

Session nº3. Exercises for preventing and resolving conflicts.
Duration: 135 minutes.

END OF THE DAY.
DAY 3
Session nº1. Oral presentation: Strategies to overcome burnout.
Duration: 135 minutes.

BREAK TIME.

Session nº2. Importance of sport in reducing stress at work.
Duration: 90 minutes.

Session nº3. Colloquium: Demotivation in teaching.
Duration: 45 minutes.

END OF THE DAY.
DAY 4
Session nº1. Workshop: Relaxation and breathing techniques.
Duration: 135 minutes.

BREAK TIME.

Session nº2. "What have we learned in this training module?"
Duration: 100 minutes.

Session nº3. Short colloquium. Diploma ceremony.
Duration: 35 minutes.

END OF THE MODULE.
Conclusions and final comments
Thank you for your attention.
I hope you enjoyed it.
You can ask me any questions.
Workers' health affects the quality of their job.

Investing in prevention, not only in the education
sector, reverse multiple benefits at the organizational
level both in the medium and long-term.
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