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The influence of cyberbulging on professional satisfaction of teachers

Natalia Ruda, Mariia Kuzmina

Abstract: The problem of cyberbullying has been studied by psychologists and teachers in the search for aggressive behaviors and forms of psychological violence in the school environment. A comprehensive analysis of the nature of cyberbullying in children and youth is available in the scientific literature. At the same time teachers are extremely unprotected in the cyberenvironmentand have no practical recommendations to prevent and overcomecyberbullying. This article highlights the problem of cyberbullying among teachers and examines its impact on teachers' satisfaction with their professions. Teacher satisfaction with different aspects of their job is considered. It was determined that the phenomenon of cyberbullying became fairly common in distance education conditions, because teacher's communication with the students shifted into the online space. This problem for one cause or another is silenced, not discussed; cases of bullying do not advertised properly. The teaching staff, looking after its own reputation, ignores problem of bullying. Under these conditions, the problem persists, but on the contrary, acquires more volumes and assures abusers of their impunity. Silencing the problem of cyberbullying among teachers will lead to more violence in the educational setting. Therefore, this problem cannot be ignored since the teacher constantly interacts with the children and can tolerate their negative emotions on the students. The presence of communication between cyberbullying and satisfaction with professional activities in teachers is considered. The results of the study on cyberbullying and teacher job satisfaction were presented. The survey was followed by a total of 30 high school teachers in Mykolaiv of all ages and backgrounds. Overall, over onethird of respondents were victims of cyberbullying. Almost half of them said that they knew about cyber-attacks against their colleagues. Most often, teachers have been victims of cyberbullying by parents and a mixed group of bulls (parents + students). Based on the job satisfaction surveyresults, teachers have a high level of satisfaction. There is also a difference in levels of satisfaction with work activities among teachers who have experienced cyberbullying.
Keywords: Children / teachers / School / behaviors / Extremely / Satisfaction with Professional / cyberbullying has been studied

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