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Factors Related to Teacher Resilience during COVID-19

posted on 2022-06-24, 17:15 authored by David MarshallDavid Marshall, David M. Shannon, Savanna Love, Natalie Neugebauer

Teachers were surveyed across the United States between January and February 2021 (n=355). Participants were asked about learning modalities employed at their school as well as other factors related to COVID-19 mitigation, job satisfaction, teacher self-efficacy, burnout, teacher autonomy, and student access to resources.


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  • United States

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Auburn University

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This study was approved by Auburn University's Institutional Review Board.

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