O efeito da rotação do professor na aprendizagem dos alunos

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22633/rpge.v25iesp.6.16136

Palavras-chave:

Docente, Aprendizagem dos alunos, Satisfação no trabalho, Rotatividade de pessoal

Resumo

A maioria dos professores entende que o atrito tem sido um dilema na profissão há anos. No entanto, o problema da rotatividade de professores tem despertado recentemente a atenção do público. Essas circunstâncias também levam vários professores a desistir completamente, resultando em altas taxas de rotatividade nas escolas. Essa porta giratória de professores é constrangedora para as escolas. Além disso, a rotatividade de professores prejudica o desempenho dos alunos, dissuade os educadores e custa caro para os distritos. Para melhorar o desempenho dos alunos e diminuir os protestos dos professores, devemos apresentar soluções de longo prazo para apoiar as escolas na retenção de professores eficazes. O objetivo do estudo é analisar o estado da rotatividade do pessoal docente moderno, identificar as suas causas e desenvolver recomendações para a tomada de decisões que visem a redução do seu nível indesejado. Como método de pesquisa, utilizamos o inquérito por questionário como método que nos permite investigar de forma rápida e eficaz as características e problemas que surgem no processo de avaliação psicologicamente econômica da rotatividade do pessoal docente. O artigo considera os problemas, a dinâmica e as causas da rotatividade do corpo docente. A novidade e originalidade do estudo reside no fato de serem considerados os fatores que influenciam a rotatividade do pessoal docente (são identificados os fatores psicológicos, profissional-pedagógicos e econômicos). Mostra-se que a satisfação no trabalho é o principal fator psicológico que afeta a rotatividade do corpo docente.

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Biografia do Autor

Ibragim D. Ibragimov, Pyatigorsk State University, Pyatigorsk – Russia

PhD in Education, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Oriental Languages and Cultures.

Elena G. Matvievskaya, Orenburg State Pedagogical University, Orenburg – Russia

Doctor of Education, Professor of the Department of Preschool, Correctional, Additional Education and Problems of Education.

Tatjana V. Ezhova, Orenburg State Pedagogical University, Orenburg – Russia

Doctor of Education, Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages.

Akkenzhe K. Suleimanova, Private Comprehensive School with Philosophical Bias Headmaster, Uralsk – Republic of Kazakhstan

Teacher.

Lyubov V. Kochneva, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Moscow – Russia

PhD in Psychology, Associate Professor of the Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Management.

Larisa I. Tararina, Russian State Social University, Moscow – Russia

PhD in Education, Associate Professor of the Department of Linguistics and Translation.

Ekaterina I. Sokolova, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow – Russia

PhD in Philology, Associate Professor of the Department of Foreign Languages.

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Publicado

30/12/2021

Como Citar

IBRAGIMOV, I. D.; MATVIEVSKAYA, E. G.; EZHOVA, T. V.; SULEIMANOVA, A. K.; KOCHNEVA, L. V.; TARARINA, L. I.; SOKOLOVA, E. I. O efeito da rotação do professor na aprendizagem dos alunos. Revista on line de Política e Gestão Educacional, Araraquara, v. 25, n. esp.6, p. 3753–3765, 2021. DOI: 10.22633/rpge.v25iesp.6.16136. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/rpge/article/view/16136. Acesso em: 20 fev. 2024.