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Direct and indirect effects of Key2Teach on teachers’ sense of self-efficacy and emotional exhaustion, a randomized controlled trial.

Hoogendijk, C., Tick, N. T., Hofman, W. H. A., Holland, J. G., Severiens, S. E., Vuijk, P. & van Veen, A. F. D., Nov-2018, In : Teaching and Teacher Education. 76, 13 p.

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  • C. Hoogendijk
  • N. T. Tick
  • W. H. A. Hofman
  • J. G. Holland
  • S. E. Severiens
  • P. Vuijk
  • A. F. D. van Veen
The effects of Key2Teach on teachers' sense of self-efficacy and emotional exhaustion related to students with externalizing problem behaviour were investigated using an RCT-design. 103 teachers were randomly assigned to an intervention or control condition and followed during a school-year. Data were collected at three time-points. Self-efficacy for instructional strategies improved at post-test and emotional exhaustion decreased at follow-up as a result of Key2Teach. Self-efficacy did not mediate the effect on emotional exhaustion. The effect of Key2Teach on self-efficacy concerning student engagement and classroom management was mediated by an increase in closeness. Implications for research and practice are discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages13
JournalTeaching and Teacher Education
Volume76
Publication statusPublished - Nov-2018

    Keywords

  • DIFFICULTIES QUESTIONNAIRE, STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS, BURNOUT, BEHAVIOR, STRESS, CONCEPTUALIZATION, KINDERGARTEN, ATTRIBUTIONS, MISBEHAVIOR, PERCEPTIONS

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