Orta Okul Öğretmenlerinin Sürdürülebilir Öfke Kontrolü Eğitimlerine Duydukları İhtiyaçların Nedenleri
Why are Anger Management Programs Essential for Secondary and High School Teachers? Because uncontrolled anger can cause negative psychological, neurological, hormonal, environmental, and sociological effects on students, school managers and teachers need to be trained in solving the problems with the students without expressing anger. Doing so will provide a role model for their students at school and their own children at home. For these reasons, anger management programs will become essential for the teachers and managers to change their attitudes to improve the students' personal development and academic success. The aim of this research is to determine the reasons for the problems occurring at schools; secondly to take recommend changes to the schools system, and thirdly to facilitate the maintenance of these changes. In this research, The Trait Anger and Anger Expression Scales are applied to the personal and professional data of the teachers and managers that participated in the research. To analyze the data the Kruskal Wallis Test and statistical measures such as mean, median, and standard deviation were used. The results indicate that in general there is no significant relationship in gender, seniority and socioeconomic status, between the teachers; however, among the 6th, 7th and 8th grade teachers there is are meaningfully higher anger test points compared to primary and high school teachers. The external anger points are significantly lower among the teachers who like their profession versus those who do not like their profession. As a result, sustainable anger management programs at schools via seminars, or training sessions can contribute to changing teachers' ideas and attitudes towards their students by providing information about the nature of adolescence, and solutions to addressing the challenges of working with adolescents.
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