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The Study of Recruitment Method and Professional Skills ofeneral and Vocational High School Physical Education Teacher
general and vocational high school physical education
The purpose of this study was to understand the recruitment of general and vocational high school physical education teachers in Taiwan in the past five years in terms of the requirement of teacher’s professional skills, new teachers’ performance and the methods of teacher selection.Using a questionnaire designed by the researcher called “The recruiting method and professional skill meter of general and vocational high school physical education teacher,” This study distributed 283 copies to the physical education administrators of general and vocational high schools in Taiwan. A total of 228 copies were answered and returned. The recovery rate is 80.5%. The data received were analyzed by average, standard deviation and single factor variance analysis. The results of the study are as follows: 1.So far teacher recruitment is held by the school. There is a certain percentage to recruit teachers with professional skills. The recruitment method becomes diversified; however, it mostly depends on a written test, teaching demonstration, and an oral test. Recently, there is a slight change in teacher recruitment method, that is, professional skill tests increase while oral tests decrease. Written tests are still the most important for screening applicants at the first stage, and it is also the key to the second step screening. 2.Among professional skills of physical education teachers, most schools emphasize the teacher’s attitude and faith. Those new teachers recruited have excellent professional performance, and will not be affected by different teacher screening and selection methods. 3.Most administrators of school physical education departments think that physical education teacher recruitment should include a written test, teaching demonstration, an oral test, a qualification review and a special skill test. Considering teacher recruitment procedures and fairness, and the necessity of various screening and selection methods at different stages, these administrators believed that teacher screening and selection should emphasize teachers’ teaching and professional skills. In their opinions, teaching demonstration takes up the highest proportion of the total score, followed by the special skill test, the written test, the oral test, and qualification review which takes up the lowest proportion of the total score.
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