The Relationship between Classroom Management Styles and Coping Strategies with Stress
Authors: Razia Parveen, Muhammad Hussain, Hajra Sarwar, Muhammad Afzal, Syed Amir Gilani
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One of the major demands that contribute to the stress of teachers is how to manage students' problem behaviors in the classroom. However, coping strategies may buffer the effects that classroom management styles have on stress levels in teachers. Purpose of study: The study was investigated the relationship of classroom management and copping strategies with stress. This study evaluated the following hypotheses a) there is no relationship between classroom management styles and Coping strategies with stress. b) There is relationship between classroom management styles and Coping strategies and stress. Methodology: A co relational study design was use. A small sample of n=89 was selected Convenient sampling technique was used for the collection of data. A 5-point Likert scale questionnaire adapted from thesis of (Shawna Hoots, 2014). The questionnaire tools were used to get some basic information that includes participant age, gender, teaching experience, qualification etc. After the collection of data, it was entered to Statistical Package for Social Sciences 21 (SPSS). .Results: The results of study indicated that significant negative relationship between authoritarian management style and stress among teachers. A study shows significant positive relationship between authoritative and Democratic management’s style and stress among teachers. Furthermore, results of this study shows Non-Significant positive relationship was found between laissez-faire management style and stress among teachers whereas, significant negative relationship between brief coping strategy and stress among teachers. Conclusion: This study shows the relationship between the classroom management styles, coping strategies and stress. It is the proved by the study that if coping strategies will be good it causes the low level of stress in teacher.