© Global Journal Of Educational Research . 2014. Vol. 13 No. 1
Publisher: Bachudo Science Co. Ltd
Impact of Workload Induced Stress On The Professional Effectiveness of Secondary School Teachers In Cross River State
KEYWORDS: Stress, Workload, Professional effectiveness, Teachers, Cross River State
ABSTRACT:The study was aimed at determining the impact of stress from workload on professional effectiveness of secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. The ex post facto design was used in a survey of 600 public secondary school teachers. Result of the data analyses indicated that stress from workload has no significant influence on seven dimensions (lesson presentation, use of instructional aids, evaluation of students, learning motivation, classroom management, supervision of co-curricular activities and personal/professional qualities) of professional effectiveness. Based on the data recommendations were made on how management of organization should tackle the issue of workload.
OTHER ITEMS THAT MIGHT INTEREST YOUFracture Systems In The Younger Granite Rocks Around Fobur, Northern Nigeria: Product Of Residual StressPromoting Access To Food Culture For Tourism Development In Cross River State, Nigeria: Libraries As FacilitatorThe Influence Of Self-concept Of Undergraduate Students On Delinquent Behaviour In Academic Libraries Incross Riverstate,nigeriaA Survey Of Reading Habit Of Selected Primary School Teachers In Ethiope East Local Government Area Of Delta State, NigeriaSchool Libraries In The Cross River State Of Nigeria: An Evaluative Study