BURNOUT AMONG NOVICE AND EXPERIENCED TEACHERS: A STUDY ON A PRIMARY SCHOOL IN SEMPORNA, SABAH

  • NORHIDAYU BINTI ROSMAN

Abstract

This study investigates different levels of burnout occurred among novice and experienced teachers in a primary school located in Semporna, Sabah. This study also studied the relationship between years of teaching experiences with the burnout levels among teachers. This study is descriptive in nature with the adoption of 5-point likert scale survey questionnaire. 30 teachers were chosen as respondents for this study. The findings showed two respondents faced high level of burnout, six respondents faced moderate level of burnout and the remaining 22 respondents faced low level of burnout. Generally, the highest mean score was recorded among the novice teachers with mean score M=0.49 in the aspect of Emotional Exhaustion. Meanwhile, mean score M=0.38 was equally recorded for both aspects of Physical Exhaustion and Satisfaction for experienced teachers. Thus, teaching experiences influenced the level of burnout among the teachers in Primary School

Published
2020-03-14
How to Cite
ROSMAN, NORHIDAYU BINTI. BURNOUT AMONG NOVICE AND EXPERIENCED TEACHERS: A STUDY ON A PRIMARY SCHOOL IN SEMPORNA, SABAH. Jurnal Penyelidikan Teknokrat II, [S.l.], n. JILID XXI, mar. 2020. ISSN 2637-1065. Available at: <http://myjms.mohe.gov.my/index.php/jpt/article/view/8401>. Date accessed: 02 mar. 2021.