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    Title: 新北市永和區國民中學輔導教師工作壓力探究
    Other Titles: The research for the pressure of junior high school counselors in Youghe in New Taipei City
    Authors: 林美華;Lin, Mei-Hua
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士在職專班
    楊國賜;Yang, Kuo-Shih
    Keywords: 國民中學輔導教師;工作壓力;工作困境;工作壓力調節;Junior high school counselor;Job stress;job difficulties;moderating working pressure
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 17:22:37 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究目的乃探究新北市永和區國民中學輔導教師工作現況與壓力情形,並瞭解其影響工作壓力調節因素,本研究採質性研究半結構性訪談蒐集資料,透過立意取樣,以新北市永和區六位輔導年資超過三年現任或曾任國中輔導教師為訪談對象。研究結果如下:

    The present study was to investigate the working situation and stress of junior high school counselors in the Yungho District in New Taipei City. It also aimed to understand the factors which affected to moderate job stress. This qualitative research collected data through semi-structured interviews. By means of purposive sampling, the researcher interviewed six junior high school teachers in the Yungho District in New Taipei City who were or had been counselors more than three years. The results of the research were as follows.
    The work of the junior high school counselors in the Yungho District was similar and could be divided into: teaching 14 classes of guidance activities of integrated learning area, leading small groups, preparing lessons, individual interviews, writing case records, caring dropouts, counseling advisors and parents, family interviews, case referral, applying community resources, assisting administrative work, guiding interns, case conferences and so on. The only difference was the content of clerical work. After the reduction of courses, these three junior high schools adopted different corresponding strategies against the limited caseload of counseling teachers resulting from the regulations.
    Junior high school counselors in the Yungho District had various job stresses, and more than half of the participants mainly mentioned of role expectations from others, lack of professional competence and clear instruction, and 3-level counseling systems was not carried out. These factors made counselors have to take charge of all three grades, and caused problems about self-expectations, discrimination of roles, overload, and communications with advisors. After the reduction of courses, counselors had to guide small groups and handed in case records and monthly reports, which brought them new sources of job stress.
    The moderation of job stress in junior high school counselors in the Yungho District was mainly influenced by working motivations, coping strategies, working experiences and social support systems. More than half of the participants indicated that the basic way to moderate working pressure was to separate work and personal life by exercising and taking enough rest. Besides, to obtain achievement and self-growth from the job, to voluntarily define the role of counselor, and to gain support from the system, were also useful ways to reduce stress taken by most people.
    Finally, several suggestions for the references of education authorities, school administration, counselors, and future studies according to the research results.
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