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Title: 高職動力機械群教師對實施95新課程壓力感受與因應行為之研究--以臺中彰化地區為例
The Study of Vocational High School Teachers' Perceived Stress and Coping Strategy of New Power Machinery Curriculum--An Example of the Vocational High Schools in Taichung and Changhua
Authors: 陳繁興;吳建鋒;沈永祺;周旻慧
Contributors: 工業教育與技術學系
Keywords: 高職動力機械群95新課程;壓力感受;因應行為
New power machinery curriculum;Job stress;Coping behavior
Date: 2006-12
Issue Date: 2012-08-06T03:48:24Z
Publisher: 國立彰化師範大學教育與技術學系
Abstract: 本研究旨在探討高職動力機械群教師對實施95 新課程的壓力感受與因應行為。首先透過文獻探討,歸納出教師工作壓力來源與因應行為,再以台中彰化地區十三所學校之動力機械群教師為調查對象進行區域普查,共發放131 份問卷,回收122 份問卷,有效問卷104 份。結果發現,在壓力感受方面,「教學資源方面」是教師最大的壓力源;在因應行為方面,教師們傾向採取積極面-問題取向的因應行為;整體壓力感受與整體因應行為有顯著正相關。最後根據研究發現提出結論與建議,以提供教育主管機關與學校行政單位作為推動新課程的參考依據。
This study aims to research the power machinery curriculum teachers’ perceived stress in vocational high school because the “temporary outline of vocational high school curriculum” was announced and carried out in 2006 academic year. This study induced the sources of teachers’ stress first, then census 13 vocational high schools in Taichung county, Taichung city, and Chuanghua county. 131 questionnaires were mailed, 122 questionnaires were returned, and 104 questionnaires were valid. The result indicated that the lack of teaching resource is the main source of stress, and teachers tend to adopt problem-focused coping behavior. There is positive relationship between perceived stress and coping behavior.
According to the findings, this study proposes the conclusion and suggestion which can be the reference when education apparatus and school carry out the new curriculum.
Relation: 工業教育與技術學刊, 30: 57-77
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