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Dataset of ex-pat teachers in Southeast Asia's intention to leave due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data Brief. 2020 Aug; 31:105913.DB

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic exerted an adverse influence on the global education system, especially since starting school lockdown. The growth of teacher unemployment figures climbed double-digit and spawned these unexpected sequels. For instance, while native teachers seemed indisposed to leave the profession with the aim of seeking another more profited and seasonal jobs, many ex-pat teachers presented themselves with moving or stayed dilemma in the way the government salvaged their situation. In preference with the ex-pat teacher's case, we elucidated further throughout an e-survey in the International Baccalaureate community on Facebook from 4 to 11 April 2020 for 18,000 ex-pat teachers, who are teaching at Southeast Asia. This dataset includes 307 responses of ex-pat teachers who are staying in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Indonesia during the pandemic. The dataset comprises (i) Survey partakers' Demographics; (ii) Ex-pat teachers' perceptions in the relation of national, regional and school plans were afoot to the pandemic; (iii) The degree of attachment of ex-pat teacher to their current society, the ex-pat community, friends, and families during the pandemic time; (iv) Ex-pat teachers' embryo intention to reconsider their current teaching location.

Authors+Show Affiliations

EdLab Asia Educational Research and Development Centre, Hanoi, 100000, Vietnam.EdLab Asia Educational Research and Development Centre, Hanoi, 100000, Vietnam.EdLab Asia Educational Research and Development Centre, Hanoi, 100000, Vietnam.Hung Vuong University, Phu Tho, 35000, Vietnam.Institute of Theoretical and Applied Research, Duy Tan University, Hanoi, 10000, Vietnam.Phu Xuan University, Hue, 49000, Vietnam.EdLab Asia Educational Research and Development Centre, Hanoi, 100000, Vietnam.EdLab Asia Educational Research and Development Centre, Hanoi, 100000, Vietnam.EdLab Asia Educational Research and Development Centre, Hanoi, 100000, Vietnam.University of Labour and Social Affairs, Hanoi, 100000, Vietnam.

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

32632376

Citation

Hoang, Anh-Duc, et al. "Dataset of Ex-pat Teachers in Southeast Asia's Intention to Leave Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic." Data in Brief, vol. 31, 2020, p. 105913.
Hoang AD, Ta NT, Nguyen YC, et al. Dataset of ex-pat teachers in Southeast Asia's intention to leave due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Data Brief. 2020;31:105913.
Hoang, A. D., Ta, N. T., Nguyen, Y. C., Hoang, C. K., Nguyen, T. T., Pham, H. H., Nguyen, L. C., Doan, P. T., Dao, Q. A., & Dinh, V. H. (2020). Dataset of ex-pat teachers in Southeast Asia's intention to leave due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Data in Brief, 31, 105913. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2020.105913
Hoang AD, et al. Dataset of Ex-pat Teachers in Southeast Asia's Intention to Leave Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Data Brief. 2020;31:105913. PubMed PMID: 32632376.
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TY - JOUR T1 - Dataset of ex-pat teachers in Southeast Asia's intention to leave due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AU - Hoang,Anh-Duc, AU - Ta,Ngoc-Thuy, AU - Nguyen,Yen-Chi, AU - Hoang,Cong-Kien, AU - Nguyen,Tien-Trung, AU - Pham,Hiep-Hung, AU - Nguyen,Linh-Chi, AU - Doan,Phuong-Thuc, AU - Dao,Quynh-Anh, AU - Dinh,Viet-Hung, Y1 - 2020/06/23/ PY - 2020/05/25/received PY - 2020/06/18/accepted PY - 2020/7/8/entrez PY - 2020/7/8/pubmed PY - 2020/7/8/medline KW - COVID-19 KW - Education Management KW - Ex-pat Teacher KW - International school KW - Southeast Asia KW - Teacher engagement KW - Teacher retention SP - 105913 EP - 105913 JF - Data in brief JO - Data Brief VL - 31 N2 - The COVID-19 pandemic exerted an adverse influence on the global education system, especially since starting school lockdown. The growth of teacher unemployment figures climbed double-digit and spawned these unexpected sequels. For instance, while native teachers seemed indisposed to leave the profession with the aim of seeking another more profited and seasonal jobs, many ex-pat teachers presented themselves with moving or stayed dilemma in the way the government salvaged their situation. In preference with the ex-pat teacher's case, we elucidated further throughout an e-survey in the International Baccalaureate community on Facebook from 4 to 11 April 2020 for 18,000 ex-pat teachers, who are teaching at Southeast Asia. This dataset includes 307 responses of ex-pat teachers who are staying in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Indonesia during the pandemic. The dataset comprises (i) Survey partakers' Demographics; (ii) Ex-pat teachers' perceptions in the relation of national, regional and school plans were afoot to the pandemic; (iii) The degree of attachment of ex-pat teacher to their current society, the ex-pat community, friends, and families during the pandemic time; (iv) Ex-pat teachers' embryo intention to reconsider their current teaching location. SN - 2352-3409 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/32632376/Dataset_of_ex_pat_teachers_in_Southeast_Asia's_intention_to_leave_due_to_the_COVID_19_pandemic_ L2 - https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S2352-3409(20)30807-6 DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -
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