Patrick Wade Randall

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Teacher stress in rural schools: a phenomenological study on stress and its effect on teacher-perceived physical and mental well-being

Patrick Wade Randall
Teacher stress in rural schools: a phenomenological study on stress and its effect on teacher-perceived physical and mental well
This dissertation is an empirical phenomenological model that uses teachers’ experiences to obtain comprehensive descriptions to create themes. These themes provide the basis for a reflective analysis to depict a portrait of elementary teachers’ experiences dealing with stressors and their perceived effect on mental and physical health. A majority of the research on teacher stress focuses on urban schools; few studies have reported the causes of stress among those instructing in rural areas.
English
Type: 
Dissertation
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015239