SelfEff: Teaching Self Efficacy Scale

Description Usage Format Source References

Description

The data came from a published study and was kindly provided by Dr. Adnan Kan. A group of 307 pre-service teachers graduated from various departments in the college of education were asked to check on a 11 cm line segment with two end points (can not do at all, highly certain can do) using their own judgement for the 10 items that measure teacher self-efficacy on different activities. The direct item score was the distance in cm of the check mark from the left end point (Kan, 2009).

Usage

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Format

A data frame with 307 observations on the following 10 items.

Item1

Implementing variety of teaching strategies

Item2

Creating learning environments for the effective participation of students

Item3

Providing the acquisition of learning experiences according to the students' physical, emotional, and psychomotor characteristics

Item4

Creating learning environments in which students can effectively express themselves

Item5

Implementing a variety of assessment strategies (formal, informal)

Item6

Understanding differences in students' learning styles and providing learning opportunities in compliance with these differences

Item7

Using teaching methods and techniques within the framework of educational plans and aims

Item8

Discovering students' interests and skills and guiding them accordingly

Item9

Using educational technology effectively in classrooms to support teaching

Item10

Designing and implementing educational variables such as motivation, reinforcement, feedback, etc.

Source

Kan, A.(2009). Effect of scale response format on psychometric properties in teaching self-efficacy. Euroasian Journal of Educational Research, 34, 215-228.

References

Kan, A.(2009). Effect of scale response format on psychometric properties in teaching self-efficacy. Euroasian Journal of Educational Research, 34, 215-228.


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