2011–2020 Domestic Retention Intention Journal Paper Content Review: A Case Study of Teachers and Special Education Teachers (79034)

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This paper applies the content analysis method to evaluate 15 domestic journal papers on teachers and their willingness to stay from 2011 to 2020. The analysis results show that most researchers come from educational backgrounds, followed by management departments. Most existing journal papers use quantitative research designs, but there are differences according to different research topics and objects. At the end of the article, suggestions are also provided for future research directions based on the results of the literature review.

Researcher's professional field: Most are from colleges of education, followed by management. Cross-disciplinary cooperation is recommended.
Research methods: Questionnaire surveys are mostly used. Incorporating qualitative research methods is recommended.
Research objects: More attention is paid to administrative teachers and teachers in remote areas, while research on special education teachers is relatively less. Willingness of special education teachers to stay is also worth paying attention to.
Research results: Most papers believe that the school atmosphere has a positive impact on teachers' willingness to stay.

Hsu Chi Kai, Tainan Municipal Annan District Cingcao Elementary School, Taiwan

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Doctoral Student in the Department of Special Education, National University of Tainan

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00