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|Other Titles:||An Analysis Of The Junior High School Teacher's Self-actualization Degree In Their Professions|
Department od Education, NTNU
Self─actualization is the process of adequately developing one's potential. Since behavior is the function of perception, a person's self─actualizing degree can be approached through analyzing the why he perceives things. According to A. W. Combs & D. Snygg, the characteristics of a self─actualizer's perceptions are（1）seeing himself positively, （2）identifying others positively, and （3）handling with things creatively. Besides investigating the meaning of self─actualization in the teaching profession, this study is undertaken to serve some other purposes：（1）to develop an instrument to measure a teacher's self actualizing degree in his work；（2）to find out if a teacher's self─actualizing degree is affected by factors such as sex, marital status, working place, job training, length of teaching experience and the subject taught. Based on Dr. A. W. Combs' theory, the researcher designed a questionnaire named“my feeling toward my teaching situation.” By the random cluster sampling method, the questionnaire investigated 690 junior high school teachers in different parts of the province 603 questionnaires ere received. The data were analyzed with the two─factor analysis of variance. And if the difference reaches the significant degree, scheff’e method is used.：The results of this survey are as follows：（1）In the“self─acceptance ”perspective domain, females get significantly higher marks than males；married teachers, unmarried ones. （2）In the“Positively Identification”perspective domain, female teachers who didn't receive normal college education get significantly higher marks than males who have the same background. （3）In the“Open Experiences“ perspective domain, married teachers get higher marks than those are unmarried；arts teachers, mathematics teachers；non─mentor male teachers, mentor ones. （4）In the “Self─actualization”domain, which is measured by adding up the scores of the previous three domains, married teaches get significantly higher marked than unmarried ones；arts te
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