The Influence of Transformational Teacher Leadership on Academic Motivation and Resilience, Burnout and Academic Performance
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Author/sTrigueros Ramos, Rubén; Padilla Sáez, Ana Isabel; Aguilar Parra, José Manuel; Mercader Rubio, Isabel; López Liria, Remedios; [et al.]
Currently, the university failure rate is around 33% of students starting their studies. Among the main reasons are demanding academic situations and the use of inappropriate coping strategies. Therefore, the aim of this study was to analyze the influence of teacher leadership on academic resilience and motivation, burnout, and academic performance. This study involved 3354 university students. A structural equation model was made to analyze the predictive relationships between the study’s variables. The results showed that teacher leadership positively predicted academic resilience and motivation; academic resilience negatively predicted burnout and positively predicted academic performance; likewise, academic motivation negatively predicted burnout and positively predicted academic performance; finally, burnout negatively predicted academic resilience.