New overview on educator stress

The first part of the chapter discusses the Job Demands-Resources (JDR) model and its development across time. The second part of the chapter focuses on the application of the model in the context of educator stress. Based on a literature search and the JD-R framework, an overview is provided of the most important findings on the task-specific, organizational and personal antecedents and consequences of educator stress. It is concluded that in spite of its considerable promise as a heuristic tool in research on educator stress, as yet the potential of the JD-R model has not fully been exploited (read more).

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