Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part 1, Learning and curriculum development Issue 63
2014-12-19 発行

教員養成課程の学部生の教職志望に及ぼす自己効力感の影響 : 就職活動に関する自己効力感と仕事内容に関する自己効力感に着目して

Influences of Two Types of Self-Efficacy on the Teaching Aspirations of Teachers-in-Training : Job-hunting self-efficacy and job self-efficacy
Hirao, Tomoko
The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of job-hunting self-efficacy and job self-efficacy on the teaching aspirations of students in teacher-education courses, using Social Cognitive Career Theory. A questionnaire was distributed to 129 university students (84 second-year students and 45 third-year students) enrolled in a teacher-training course. Analyses showed the following: 1) the influence of job-hunting self-efficacy on students’ teaching aspirations was greater than that of job self-efficacy, and 2) the influence of job-hunting self-efficacy on teaching aspirations differed between underclassmen and upperclassmen. Specifically, third-year students’ job-hunting self-efficacy affected their teaching aspirations. However, there was no such effect for the second-year students.
teaching aspiration
job-hunting self-efficacy
job self-efficacy