The effects of the Covid emergency on the well-being and the achievement of the objectives of the teachers: a comparison between the different didactics' methods
Keywords:Insegnanti; Benessere; Rischi psicosociali; Obiettivi di lavoro; Didattica mista.
In consideration of the enormous changes in the workplace caused by the spread of the Sars-Cov-2 virus, this contribution focuses on the consequences in the perceptions of the work context and some health aspects of teachers of all levels. The school, in fact, was one of the institutions to undergo major organizational upheavals, at first with the lockdown in March 2020 which led to the sudden transition from face-to-face to remote teaching and then with the start of digital teaching. integrated which further differentiated the school contexts. The contribution, which is the result of an exploratory research, shows the preliminary results of a survey on a sample of convenience of 335 teachers aimed at investigating the differences in the conditions of well-being, stress, and perceptions of the working context in relation to the achievement the work objectives and the different ways of carrying out teaching. The data show sta-tistically significant differences to the disadvantage of teachers who carry out teaching in blended mode, together with the presence of significant relationships that link the different aspects considered to the achievement of work objectives towards students and parents.
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