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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15303/rjeap.2016.v7i3.a4 

 

4 - TEACHERS' SENSE OF SELF-EFFICACY AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION REGARDING AN OUT-OF SCHOOL ACTIVITY

Aynur Gürsoy, Murad Akynıyazov

University of Bucharest, Department of Educational Sciences

Abstract

How teachers attitudes toward multicultural education differ according to some demographical variables is  analyzed in this study. 272 Teachers who have students from different countries and cultures and work at international schools in 29 countries have participated. The data was gathered through the ‘Teacher Multicultural Attitude Survey (TMAS)’and ‘Teacher Efficacy Scale’. Data WAS analyzed with standard deviation, percentages, and T-test . As A result of this study, there is a difference between teacher’s attitude towards multicultural education and teacher’s self-efficacy, and visiting students’ families and their common lives which are  out-of school activities

Keywords: self-efficacy, visiting student’s family , teachers’ attitudes toward multicultural education

 


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