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|Title:||The effect of learner misbehaviour on educators in Lesotho|
De Wet, N.C.
|Periodical:||Africa Education Review (ISSN 1814-6627)|
|Abstract:||This study examines the effect of learner misbehaviour in Lesotho on identified symptoms of educator burnout and stress, and the possible association between demographic variables and symptoms of educator stress and burnout as a direct result of learner misbehaviour. The quantitative empirical approach was used. A self-reporting questionnaire was completed by 511 educators. The data were analysed by means of frequencies, the Student's t-test and the One-way ANOVA (analysis of variance) statistic. The results are reported against the background of a diagrammatical, enumerative display of the nature and frequency of different types of misbehaviour that the respondents had to address. The results prove that learner misbehaviour in Lesotho has serious negative consequences for a relatively small percentage of respondents. Contrary to the prevailing view in the literature, the data furthermore show that learner misbehaviour in Lesotho more often impacts negatively on male and on experienced educators, than on their female and their less experienced counterparts. Bibliogr., notes, ref., sum. [Journal abstract]|