Event Title

Level of Stress Experienced by Teachers, Extent of Utilization of Coping Strategies and Extent of Their Wellness

Presenter Information

MARIA GLORIA A. PUNTERO

Session

Education and Development

Description

This study aimed to determine the level of stress experienced by teachers, the extent of utilization of coping strategies, and the extent of their wellness. The respondents came from 18 public elementary schools comprising the city division of Dumaguete for School Year 2018-2019. Some 142 teachers were taken in as respondents. The study was descriptive and correlational in nature. It utilized the frequency distribution, percentage, weighted mean, and the Pearson r and Chi-square for statistical analysis. Data of the study revealed that the respondents are “Mildly Stressed” with individual and organizational stressors, and “Slightly Stressed” with environmental stressors. On the other hand, teachers were found to have a “high” extent of utilization on the stress’ coping strategies, and also revealed a “high” extent of wellness. Furthermore, findings in this study disclosed that the teachers’ level of stress experienced has a “weak” degree of relationship with their coping strategies, namely: time management, lifestyle management technique, physiological technique, and support seeking, while a “Negligible” connection is indicated on the cognitive technique. In addition, data revealed a “Negligible” relationship between the teachers’ level of stress experienced and the extent of their wellness was found on the following wellness variables, namely; emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual. Meanwhile, a “weak” bond is established on physical wellness. Lastly, the relationship between the teachers’ extent of wellness and their profile in terms of: sex, age, educational attainment and family income showed “Negligible” results.

Keywords:

Stressors, Burnout, Coping Strategies, Wellness

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.446

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Level of Stress Experienced by Teachers, Extent of Utilization of Coping Strategies and Extent of Their Wellness

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

This study aimed to determine the level of stress experienced by teachers, the extent of utilization of coping strategies, and the extent of their wellness. The respondents came from 18 public elementary schools comprising the city division of Dumaguete for School Year 2018-2019. Some 142 teachers were taken in as respondents. The study was descriptive and correlational in nature. It utilized the frequency distribution, percentage, weighted mean, and the Pearson r and Chi-square for statistical analysis. Data of the study revealed that the respondents are “Mildly Stressed” with individual and organizational stressors, and “Slightly Stressed” with environmental stressors. On the other hand, teachers were found to have a “high” extent of utilization on the stress’ coping strategies, and also revealed a “high” extent of wellness. Furthermore, findings in this study disclosed that the teachers’ level of stress experienced has a “weak” degree of relationship with their coping strategies, namely: time management, lifestyle management technique, physiological technique, and support seeking, while a “Negligible” connection is indicated on the cognitive technique. In addition, data revealed a “Negligible” relationship between the teachers’ level of stress experienced and the extent of their wellness was found on the following wellness variables, namely; emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual. Meanwhile, a “weak” bond is established on physical wellness. Lastly, the relationship between the teachers’ extent of wellness and their profile in terms of: sex, age, educational attainment and family income showed “Negligible” results.