Search results for: Jansen Ellen P.W.A.
Page 1/1 2 items
Student Teachers’ Beliefs about Learning and Teaching and their Participation in Career-Long Learning Activities
This study aims to investigate the relationship between beliefs about learning and teaching and participation in learning activities among student teachers. The authors found that student teachers student teachers appear to hold equally strong subject matter-oriented and pupil-oriented beliefs, but they also appear to vary in their beliefs. The findings reveal that pupil-oriented beliefs are positively related to participate in learning activities. No significant relationship exists between subject matter orientation and learning.
Updated: Aug. 08, 2016
Is The Motivation to Become A Teacher Related to Pre-service Teachers’ Intentions to Remain in The Profession?
The purpose of this study was to examine the concept of motivation to become a teacher. The authors focused on the distinction between adaptive motives and maladaptive motives. The authors also examined the relationships with teacher self-efficacy, the quality of the teacher training program, and the intention to remain in the profession. Pre-service teachers from university-based teacher training institutes at the Netherlands participated in the study. The results indicate the importance of intrinsic motives to become a teacher.
Updated: Aug. 01, 2010