Thursday, July 8
1:15-1:30 PM
Room 1

Teachers’ narrative into home-based work encountered parenting during the COVID-19

Brief Paper: Research Based (Live Presentation) ID: 58971
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    Salma Ali
    Texas A&M: College of Education, emphasis on Techn

Abstract: The qualitative study examined the relationships between home based workover load and stress and how does it impact on job satisfaction during the COVID-19. Data was collected through interviews of 5 female middle school teachers in Texas, U.S. with children who taught from home (online teaching) during COVID-19 under the guidelines of the district. In these conducted interview teachers mentioned that the COVID-19 has increased work overload and parenting stress while they work (teach) from home. These findings can be useful to improve teachers’ job satisfaction worldwide during the COVID-19, Post COVID-19, or during any other potential pandemic. .

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