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Teacher Burnout Scale
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About Teacher Burnout Scale
The Teacher Burnout Scale, developed by Seidman Zager in 1987, was used to assess teacher burnout. This survey contains 21 self-report items on a six-point Likert scale. This survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and assesses four factors that authors found relevant to burnout: career satisfaction, perceived administrative support, coping with job-related stress, and attitudes toward students. The original Teacher Burnout Scale contained 65 items which were factor analyzed into the existing 21 items. Test-retest reliability coefficients were reported as; .82 for career satisfaction, .78 for perceived administrative support, .56 for coping with significance on all three factors. For the purposes of this study, the Revised Teacher Burnout Scale was used with a total of 21 items.
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