University of Oulu

The role of classroom management in the formation of teachers’ well-being

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Author: Csepregi, Alexander1
Organizations: 1University of Oulu, Faculty of Education, Educational Sciences
Format: ebook
Version: published version
Access: open
Online Access: PDF Full Text (PDF, 0.5 MB)
Pages: 38
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Language: English
Published: Oulu : A. Csepregi, 2022
Publish Date: 2022-08-02
Thesis type: Bachelor's thesis
Tutor: Jokikokko, Katri


Teacher well-being is essential not just for teachers themselves, but for every stakeholder in shools. If teachers experience their job positively and are satisfied with it, they will perform their day-to-day tasks better, will be less likely to leave the profession, and their students will be more likely to succeed academically. Given this tremendous importance of teacher well- being, understanding how it can be promoted is crucial for every stakeholder.

While there are many factors that comprise teacher well-being, this thesis will show that how teachers deal with classroom management is of primary significance to the formation of their well-being. If teachers can utilize effective classroom management strategies, they will experience their interactions with students much more positively, their students will perform better academically, and this will create a positive cycle that leads to better outcomes for both teachers and students.

This thesis is a literature review of previous research that was deemed relevant. First, different components and conceptualizations of teacher well-being will be explored. Then, how classroom management and teacher well-being are connected will be examined. Lastly, some effective classroom management strategies will be discussed.

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