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Study: Lack of resources breeds high teacher stress levels detrimental to student achievement

Education can easily feel like a thankless job, and as eSchool News points out, the proportion of teachers with “high-level stress” is as high as 93%. And with active learning models that have come with the influx of technology in the classroom, the risk of burnout has, in some ways, risen.

As Bay Path University Associate Professor of Biology Thomas Mennella has noted at the college level, for example, adopting a flipped learning model for his classroom raised his grading workload for 86 students with four assignments per week to 344 weekly assignments at a total of 3,784 per semester.

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