alexa Abstract | The relationship between school organizational climate and physical education teachers' burnout (Case study: Ramian-Iran)

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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Abstract

The purpose of this research was to study the relationship between school organizational climate and physical education teachers' burnout. The population of the study consisted of all Physical Education teachers of Ramian (Iran) (N=37). The sample size was considered equal to the population (N=37). In this study two standard questionnaires were used, Organizational Climate of School questionnaire developed by Ramazani Nezhad et al (2009) and Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI). The reliability and validity of these two instruments were reported to be significant in different studies. The result of the present study indicates that the organizational climate of schools is related significantly with Physical Education teachers' burnout. (r=0.384, P<0.01). Therefore, it is recommended that managers create a positive organizational climate to decrease Physical Education teachers' burnout.

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Author(s): Nasser Bai

Keywords

Organizational climate, Burnout, Ramian.

 
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