Two topics for discussion:
- Can these results be applied on other forms of education as well?
- In the end of the interview, Professor Schaarschmidt seems to imply that the problems teachers face in handling their work basically arise because aspiring teachers have chosen their line of work on the wrong premises (leisurely hours, long holidays). How does this add up with the arguments made earlier in the interview?
Embarassed update: Burned-out cases? d’oh! It’s burnt-out cases.