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Antecedents and the Effects of Teacher Enjoyment and Anger : Results From a Quantitative Research Study

Antecedents and the Effects of Teacher Enjoyment and Anger : Results From a Quantitative Research Study

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FRENZEL, Anne Christiane, Thomas GÖTZ, Reinhard PEKRUN, Sebastian WARTHA, 2006. Antecedents and the Effects of Teacher Enjoyment and Anger : Results From a Quantitative Research Study. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, 7. Apr 2006 - 11. Apr 2006. In: AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, , ed.. 2006 AERA Annual Meeting Program Supplement. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, 7. Apr 2006 - 11. Apr 2006

@inproceedings{Frenzel2006Antec-36405, title={Antecedents and the Effects of Teacher Enjoyment and Anger : Results From a Quantitative Research Study}, year={2006}, booktitle={2006 AERA Annual Meeting Program Supplement}, editor={American Educational Research Association}, author={Frenzel, Anne Christiane and Götz, Thomas and Pekrun, Reinhard and Wartha, Sebastian} }

Frenzel, Anne Christiane 2016-12-19T12:07:05Z 2016-12-19T12:07:05Z Pekrun, Reinhard 2006 Antecedents and the Effects of Teacher Enjoyment and Anger : Results From a Quantitative Research Study Wartha, Sebastian eng Götz, Thomas Götz, Thomas Wartha, Sebastian In this study, we focus on the antecedents and effects of two emotions experienced most frequently by teachers: enjoyment and anger. There are only few empirical studies on teacher emotions (Sutton & Wheatley, 2003). Existing data suggest that positive emotions of teachers result from perceived student success, but also good relationships with colleagues and parents (e.g. Hargreaves, 1999). Negative emotions are related to disruptive student behavior, stress, and aversive experiences with colleagues and parents. Drawing upon research on teacher burnout (e.g. Vandenberghe & Huberman, 1999), we further assumed that characteristics of the class including size, gender ratio, and achievement level might be determinants of emotions experienced by teachers. Frenzel, Anne Christiane Pekrun, Reinhard

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