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«SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS AND WORK STRESS: EXPLORING THE COMPETING INTERESTS MODEL By LARRY DEAN BUSH JR A dissertation submitted in partial ...»

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The Person-Environment Fit Model of stress as described by Edwards, Caplan, & Van Harrison (1998). Concepts in circles represent discrepancies between the two adjoining concepts. Solid lines represent causal effects; whereas, dotted lines represent contributions to personenvironment fit.

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Can you tell me a bit about yourself and your district? How long you have been teaching special education and what type of degree’s you earned? What types of students do you work with? How would you describe your community?

What brought you to public education? Can you recall what motivated you to pursue a career in public education? Can you describe the moment you decided to pursue a special education endorsement?

What does IDEA mean to you? What does it mean to be a special education teacher? Can you describe an experience that exemplifies your experience?

What do you find particularly difficult or challenging? What drains your energy the most?

How does your district make decisions about the services available to students’ with disabilities?

Whose interests do you represent while working as a special education teacher?

What do you find satisfying? What reenergizes you?

What do you consider the next step in your career?

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Can you tell me a bit about yourself and your district? How long you have been teaching special education and what type of degree’s did you earn? What types of students do you work with and how would you describe your community?

Why did you go into special education? Can you recall what motivated you to pursue a career in special education? What does IDEA mean to you?

How does your district make decisions about the services available to students’ with disabilities?

Whose interests do you represent while working as a special education teacher?

What do you find particularly difficult and how do you deal with these things? What drains your energy the most?

What do you find satisfying? What reenergizes you?

What do you consider key skills or strategies necessary for your position?

How do you feel about being a special education teacher and where do you see yourself in five years?

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