The Study on the Influence of Professional Teachers Collective Efficacy and Student Learning Outcome in Industrial Vocational Senior High School-Learning Self-Efficacy as a Mediator Variable
|論文名稱(英文)：||The Study on the Influence of Professional Teachers Collective Efficacy and Student Learning Outcome in Industrial Vocational Senior High School-Learning Self-Efficacy as a Mediator Variable|
|英文關鍵字：||collective teacher efficacy;learning self-efficacy;learning outcome|
|摘要(英文)：||This article proposes that context influences collective teacher efficacy, student learning self-efficacy and student learning outcomes. Through a literature review, a model of effective teaching and learning is constructed. Using this model, we verify four hypotheses: (1) collective teacher efficacy has a positive effect on student learning self-efficacy; (2) collective teacher efficacy has a positive effect on student learning outcomes; and (3) student learning self-efficacy has a positive influence on student learning outcomes. (4) student learning self-efficacy has a mediator variable effect on student learning outcomes. We distributed 181 questionnaires to vocational high school teachers and 543 students in Taiwan. Based on the results, suggestions are as follows: First, in order to strengthen teachers collective efficacy: 1.Strengthen the industrial teachers’ vicarious experience. 2. Enhance teachers collective teaching planning capabilities. 3. Use information technology to enhance teaching collective efficacy. 4. Enhance teachers collective teaching implementation. Second, enhance learning self-efficacy: 1.Students often experience success. 2. To establish role models, enhance learning self-efficacy. 3. Harmonious classroom climate promotes learning self-efficacy. 4. Self-reinforcing in order to enhance learning self-efficacy.|
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