International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2021, Vol. 6 Issue 2, Part A
Physical education teachers job satisfaction
AUTHOR(S): Olfa Tounsi, Aftaab Amhad Jaan, Fairouz Azaiez and Mourad Bahloul
The objective of the study is to highlight the degree of professional satisfaction perceived by physical education teachers in the region of Sfax and in the region of Indian Kashmir. Indeed, the factors contributing to teacher’s professional satisfaction are multiple (Gaziel & Wasserstein, 2005). An Austrian questionnaire was used. It was translated into French and English by the Luxembourg Ministry of Education (2004), intended for N = 220 secondary and primary school physical education teachers. Results showed that teachers are satisfied with the teaching activity. Teachers enjoy teaching and find their work interesting. However, the teaching population is dissatisfied with the working environment in terms of material conditions and teaching means which are made available to them. In general, they are happy with their relationship with management, but half want better communication and more support from their line managers. They are satisfied with the collaboration and support between most of their colleagues. Teachers say they are generally proud and satisfied with their profession. The implications and limitations of this research as well as directions for future research are discussed.
Pages: 14-17 | 15 Views 7 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Olfa Tounsi, Aftaab Amhad Jaan, Fairouz Azaiez, Mourad Bahloul. Physical education teachers job satisfaction. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2021;6(2):14-17.