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Factors that determine preschool teacher self-efficacy in an urban school district

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The aim of the present study is to determine what teacher variables are predictive of preschool teacher self-efficacy in an urban school district. A total of 83 preschool teachers participated in the study. Teacher variables, such as years of teaching experience, job satisfaction, location of employment, age, and self-efficacy were included in a series of ANOVA analyses. Linear regression modeling reported years of teaching experience outside the birth-2nd grade setting (?= -.232, t(1,79) = -2.124, p
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
New York

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