Student Teacher, Teacher and University Professor Stress and Coping

By Cameron Montgomery

Montgomery, C. (2013) Student Teacher, Teacher and University Professor Stress and Coping. CRECS' Ten Minute Window 1(6).

The author presents outputs from his research program starting with the development and validation of an overarching conceptual framework on student teacher and teacher stress and coping. He then discusses the application of this framework to research with (1) francophone student teachers and (2) university professors. Results and implications for theory and practice from these two studies are highlighted.

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Keywords: research

About the author

Dr. Cameron Montgomery graduated with a doctoral degree in educational psychology from Laval University in 2001, and a master’s degree in the same field from the same institution in 1998. After having completed his doctorate he moved to Edmonton, Alberta where he worked as an Assistant Professor at Saint Jean Campus, University of Alberta until June 2003. He has been working at the University of Ottawa since July, 2003 at the Faculty of Education with a concentration in teaching and learning.  Since his arrival at theUniversity of Ottawa in 2003, he has taught courses in teaching and learning. He completed a research project on the link between student teachers’ stress, coping, and burnout funded by SSHRC. He also has done research on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Originally from Toronto, Professor Montgomery speaks English, French, Spanish, German, and Italian.

Further Reading

Montgomery, C., (2012). A literature review and analysis of adolescent stress and coping. Ontario Education Research Exchange (OERE).

Montgomery, C., (60%) and Rupp, A. (40%), (2005). A Meta-Analysis for exploring the diverse causes and effects of stress in Teachers. Canadian Journal of Education, 28(3), p. 458-486.

See further reading on the French version of this page.

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