Pre-service physical education teachers’ attitude toward, and self-efficacy in, inclusive physical education: Measurement invariance and influence factors

Braksiek M (2022)
Teaching and Teacher Education 109: 103547.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
In this study the measurement invariance of a scale designed for assessing pre-service and in-service physical education (PE) teachers' (N = 362; N = 829) attitude toward inclusive PE and differences in that attitude were determined. Further analyses indicate that intensity of contact with people with disabilities had a positive effect on pre-service PE teachers’ attitude toward, and self-efficacy in, inclusive PE. The number of semesters completed of teacher training programs had a negative effect on self-efficacy; this effect was not found in pre-service PE teachers in a special education degree program. Finally, an empirical and theoretical differentiation of phase-specific self-efficacy dimensions is discussed.
Erscheinungsjahr
2022
Zeitschriftentitel
Teaching and Teacher Education
Band
109
Art.-Nr.
103547
ISSN
0742051X
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2960542

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Braksiek M. Pre-service physical education teachers’ attitude toward, and self-efficacy in, inclusive physical education: Measurement invariance and influence factors. Teaching and Teacher Education. 2022;109: 103547.
Braksiek, M. (2022). Pre-service physical education teachers’ attitude toward, and self-efficacy in, inclusive physical education: Measurement invariance and influence factors. Teaching and Teacher Education, 109, 103547. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2021.103547
Braksiek, M. (2022). Pre-service physical education teachers’ attitude toward, and self-efficacy in, inclusive physical education: Measurement invariance and influence factors. Teaching and Teacher Education 109:103547.
Braksiek, M., 2022. Pre-service physical education teachers’ attitude toward, and self-efficacy in, inclusive physical education: Measurement invariance and influence factors. Teaching and Teacher Education, 109: 103547.
M. Braksiek, “Pre-service physical education teachers’ attitude toward, and self-efficacy in, inclusive physical education: Measurement invariance and influence factors”, Teaching and Teacher Education, vol. 109, 2022, : 103547.
Braksiek, M.: Pre-service physical education teachers’ attitude toward, and self-efficacy in, inclusive physical education: Measurement invariance and influence factors. Teaching and Teacher Education. 109, : 103547 (2022).
Braksiek, Michael. “Pre-service physical education teachers’ attitude toward, and self-efficacy in, inclusive physical education: Measurement invariance and influence factors”. Teaching and Teacher Education 109 (2022): 103547.

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