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Teacher Professional Pleasure in Relation to Teacher Stress among Engineering College Lecturers


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1 College of Education Gantyada, Vizianagaram, India
2 Dr. L. B. College of Education, Resapuvanipalem Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India
     

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The present study focused on the relationship between teacher professional pleasure and teacher stress among Engineering College teachers in Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and Visakhapatnam Districts, Andhra Pradesh, India. Teacher professional pleasure is the enthusiastic relationship between the individual with his environment. Teacher stress can be viewed in a number of different ways and has been described as most in precise work in the scientific dictionary. The analysis of various definitions revealed that it is a response syndrome of negative effects like anger, anxiety or depression which threatens self esteem or well being, operate as a response of negative effect resulting an imbalance or discrepancy between the demands made and the ability to cope with them. So in both factors of teacher professional pleasure and teacher stress the individual factors like personal, intellectual, professional factors and the environmental factors like inter personal relations, class room situations and school atmosphere involving in teaching and learning profession. The data were collected from 159 Engineering college teachers working in 20 Engineering colleges in Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and Visakhapatnam Districts by using the 'Teacher professional measurement scale' previously developed and standardized by Rao (1998) and 'Stress creators in teaching scale' developed and standardised by Indira (1996). The data were analyzed by using the statistical procedures like means, standard deviations, critical ratio's values and r-values. The results were discussed according to the significant values obtained. Based on the results certain conclusions were drawn. On overall observation of the study, some implications were mentioned.

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Teacher Professional Pleasure, Teacher Stress, Lecturers.
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T. J. M. S. Raju KPN
College of Education Gantyada, Vizianagaram, India
N. Shadrack
Dr. L. B. College of Education, Resapuvanipalem Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India

Abstract


The present study focused on the relationship between teacher professional pleasure and teacher stress among Engineering College teachers in Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and Visakhapatnam Districts, Andhra Pradesh, India. Teacher professional pleasure is the enthusiastic relationship between the individual with his environment. Teacher stress can be viewed in a number of different ways and has been described as most in precise work in the scientific dictionary. The analysis of various definitions revealed that it is a response syndrome of negative effects like anger, anxiety or depression which threatens self esteem or well being, operate as a response of negative effect resulting an imbalance or discrepancy between the demands made and the ability to cope with them. So in both factors of teacher professional pleasure and teacher stress the individual factors like personal, intellectual, professional factors and the environmental factors like inter personal relations, class room situations and school atmosphere involving in teaching and learning profession. The data were collected from 159 Engineering college teachers working in 20 Engineering colleges in Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and Visakhapatnam Districts by using the 'Teacher professional measurement scale' previously developed and standardized by Rao (1998) and 'Stress creators in teaching scale' developed and standardised by Indira (1996). The data were analyzed by using the statistical procedures like means, standard deviations, critical ratio's values and r-values. The results were discussed according to the significant values obtained. Based on the results certain conclusions were drawn. On overall observation of the study, some implications were mentioned.

Keywords


Teacher Professional Pleasure, Teacher Stress, Lecturers.