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Teachers’ Subjective Well-Being as an Influential Factor in Feeling Responsible for Students’ Achievement at School

Author(s) Lašek, J., Loudová, I., & Vacek, P.  
Publisher CiCe Publications  
Year 2007  
Editor Ross, A. (ed) Citizenship Education in Society  
Language English  
Age group -  
Keywords/Abstract
Many people regard work as an attribute of adult life that also represents an important part of their personal and civil identity: an adult attribute that forms an integral part of a personal and civil identity. Good citizenship means being competent in life, contributing to life satisfaction and well-being. Can we link teacher‘s subjective well-being to responsibility for their students‘ achievements? We use the Berne Questionnaire of Subjective Well-being (Adult Form) and the Responsibility for Student Achievement Questionnaire. We found teachers thought that students´ achievements often result from the good teacher’s work, while underachievement is caused by students’ lower abilities. The longer they have practiced as a teacher, the more likely they are to hold this opinion.
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