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|Other Titles:||An Investigation on Teaching Aspiration and Teaching Attitude of Students in the Junior Teachers College|
Department od Education, NTNU
The purpose of this study was to investigate the changes of teaching aspiration and teaching attitude of prospective teachers between females and males, and among students of different years. Furthermore, the relationships between teaching aspiration and teaching attitude would be analyzed. Two instruments were adopted in this study: one was ”Minnesota Teacher attitude Inventory (MTAI)”. which was used to evaluate the teaching attitude; the other was a questionnaire designed by the author, which was used to measure the teaching aspiration. There were 480 students used as samples in this study. Among them, there were 160 students for the first, the third, and the fifth year each, and half of them were females. The main findings were: (1) Generally speaking, teaching aspiration showed a tendency to descend year by year. Besides, teaching aspirations of the fifth year male students were apparently worse than those of the first and the third year male students; but there was no significant differences among female students. (2) Speaking of the teaching attitude, it had such a tendency to be better gradually, that is to say, the MIAT score was increased step by step. In addition, teaching attitudes of the third and the fifth female students were significantly better than those of the first female students. And there was no evident differences among male students. (3) For the first year students, there was no clear sexy differences on teaching aspiration and teaching attitude. But for the third and the fifth students separately, female students showed better than male students on both parts. (4) A majority of the junior teachers college's students bore a strict attitude toward the discipline problems, and there was no differences between females and males. (5) Most of the junior teachers college's students had a positive attitude toward teacher's duty, and there was no apparent differences among the students of different years. (6) There was a significantly positive corre
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