The Impact of Self-Efficacy Perceptions of Imam Hatip Secondary School Teachers on Students and Educational Environment
The impact of self-efficacy perceptions
This research was carried out to determine the self-efficacy perceptions of teachers working in Imam Hatip Secondary Schools and to examine the effect of teachers' competencies on the education environment and student. “Teacher Self-efficacy Scale” in the quantitative dimension of the research carried out by the mixed method; “Semi-Structured Interview Form” was used in its qualitative dimension. There were 357 teachers in the quantitative part and 86 students in the qualitative part of this research carried out in Istanbul in 2020. According to the results of the research, it was determined that teachers have a high level of self-efficacy. It was observed that gender, seniority and branch variables did not make a significant difference on teachers' self-efficacy perception. In qualitative part, it was concluded that the high self-efficacy of teachers was confirmed by the students. It has been determined that high self-efficacy of teachers affects the educational environment positively.
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