54% of Ukrainian teachers have professional burnout, and three-quarters of students have signs of stress

According to a GoGlobal study, 54% of Ukrainian teachers experience professional burnout, and 75% of schoolchildren show signs of stress.

The survey of educators focuses on the problems of adaptation of IDP at schools, changes in the condition of students, professional burnout and the need for psychological support.

82% of teaching staff are confident that they can work with students who have severe stress or psychological problems.

Signs of stress include anxiety, frustration, lack of motivation to learn, apathy, indifference, confusion and lack of attention. In addition, sociologists note that children have grown up quickly and become more serious and responsible.

80% of respondents claim that their workload is increasing, and slightly less than half of them identified psychological assistance as a priority need.

In addition, teachers need knowledge and skills on how to act in extreme situations (46%), help children (37%), identify signs of stress in children (29%) and resolve conflicts between children (18%).

When teaching online, teachers feel the need for technical and practical assistance, such as help with holding lessons and implementing methodological recommendations. In addition, 71% of the surveyed teachers complain about the lack of Internet access.

The survey was conducted from November 25 to December 22, 2022, among teachers, principals and deputy principals of Ukrainian schools.

 International Department

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