Investigating the Lived Experience of Teachers Interacting With Difficult Student Behavior
Teacher attrition is a nationwide problem, and one of the main causes of this attrition is the burnout and stress teachers experience from interacting with difficult student behavior. To understand teachers’ lived experiences of interacting with this behavior in their classrooms, this study utilized a phenomenological methodology to interview 28 public middle school teachers. They were asked both to describe their experiences interacting with difficult student behavior and to explore possible causes giving rise to these experiences. Teachers reported that the texture of their experiences interacting ...
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