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      Factors Contributing to Teacher Burnout During COVID-19

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      American Educational Research Association (AERA)

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          As teachers returned to the classroom for the 2020–2021 school year, they faced new and challenging environments, instructional approaches, and roles as educators. The current study is one of the first empirical studies that identified factors contributing to teacher burnout due to COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) and instruction during fall 2020. Controlling for demographics, the results found significant predictors for teacher burnout-stress those being COVID-19 anxiety, current teaching anxiety, anxiety communicating with parents, and administrative support. The results are important for schools and researchers to consider when it comes to the impact of COVID-19 on teachers.

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          Educational Researcher
          Educational Researcher
          American Educational Research Association (AERA)
          0013-189X
          1935-102X
          March 16 2021
          : 0013189X2110041
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          [1 ]Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA
          Article
          10.3102/0013189X211004138
          a70dc66d-21a9-45b0-8c44-0b909e7511d4
          © 2021

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