عنوان مقاله [English]
This study examined the mediating effect of teacher’s emotions and cognitive coping strategies on the relationship between cognitive appraisal processes and goal orientations with male and female teachers’ job-related affective well-being. In this correlational study, 360 teachers (200 female and 160 male) who were selected through available sampling, responded the Teachers’ Achievement Goals in Work Questionnaire, the Stress Appraisal Measure-Revised, the Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire, Teacher Emotion Inventory and the Job-Related Affective Well-Being Scale. Results showed that for total sample and for male and female teachers, the partially mediated model of teacher’s emotions and cognitive coping strategies on the relationship between cognitive appraisal processes and goal orientations with teachers’ emotional well-being had good fit to data. Furthermore, all of the regression weights in the hypothesized model were statistically significant and model' predictors accounted for 55% of the variance in teachers emotional well-being. Overall, the results of the present study consistent with the prevailing concern of educational researchers interested in analyzing the profile of teachers' emotional and motivational experiences showed that predicting the teachers' occupational well-being through qualities such as goal orientation and cognitive appraisals is done in the informational context of other concepts such as emotions and cognitive coping strategies.