Personal Teaching Efficacy: Developmental Relationships in Education
The Journal of Educational Research
Using the Personal Teaching Efficacy Scale (Ashton, Olejnik, Crocker, & McAuliffe, 1982), the authors explored the comparative efficacy of six groups of educators with various levels of teaching experience. The efficacy scores were higher for more experienced educators in some instances, whereas in other simulated classroom situations, the preservice students scored higher. We discuss the meanings of the different patterns.
Copyright © 1992, Taylor & Francis
Taylor & Francis
Ridenour, Carolyn; Bradley, Larry; Alderman, M. Kay; and Flowers, Mary Ann, "Personal Teaching Efficacy: Developmental Relationships in Education" (1992). Educational Leadership Faculty Publications. 97.