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Volume 113, 2021International Scientific and Practical Conference “Professionalism of a Teacher: Psychological and Pedagogical Support for a Successful Career” (ICTP 2021)
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Comparative analysis of the burnout syndrome among secondary and higher education teachers
1 The Vologda Institute of Law and Economics of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, Vologda, Russia
2 The Vologda Institute of Law and Economics of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia, Vologda, Russia
3 The North-Western Institute (branch) Kutafin Moscow state law University (MSLA), Vologda, Russia
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The features of the teachers’ burnout syndrome that depends on their place of work are compared. The organizational factor is considered to be the reason that contributes to the formation of this phenomenon. It is stated that secondary education teachers are more susceptible to the development of emotional burnout in comparison with higher education teachers who have the same work experience. Secondary education teachers are characterized by the formation of a phase of resistance which is clearly revealed through an inadequate emotional response to problems that arise in their professional activity. In hard situations they prefer to address to a psychologist’s for help to solve their problems and do not address to the colleagues and management for the fear of showing their incompetence. In contrast, the higher education teachers seek help from colleagues, management and the Internet, so, they do not have feelings of helplessness. It is necessary to provide psychological support to the teachers taking into account organizational factors.
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