Self-efficacy beliefs of students who take the pedagogic training program in the faculty of arts and sciences and students in the education faculty towards teaching profession
The aim of this study is to compare self-efficacy beliefs of students who take the pedagogic training program in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and students from Education Faculty towards to teaching profession in terms of a variety of variables. A total of 338 teachers were included in the study held as part of the relational model of screening. The data collected with measurement tool which name is Teachers' Self Efficacy Scale, were analyzed using SPSS statistical software. As a result, it is derived that there is no statistically significant difference between the self-efficacy beliefs of students who take the pedagogic training program in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and students in the Education Faculty towards the teaching profession. In addition, teachers' self-efficacy perceptions of boys attending faculty of education were found to be higher than girls. However, the difference between reasons for choosing the teaching profession and day or night classes was not statistically significant. Moreover, it is identified that perceptions of self-efficacy pedagogic training students in the faculty of science do not differ as per gender and day or night classes.
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