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The Influence of the Teaching Ethics Perceived by Preservice Childcare Teachers on Teacher Efficacy and Professionalism Awareness
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The Influence of the Teaching Ethics Perceived by Preservice Childcare Teachers on Teacher Efficacy and Professionalism Awareness
Kim, Young-Tae;
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 Abstract
The objective of this study is understand the influence of the teaching ethics of preservice childcare teachers on teacher efficacy and professionalism awareness. In order to achieve the study objective, the questionnaires were distributed to 285 preservice childcare teachers in A city. In the results of the study, first, regarding the teaching ethics perceived by preservice childcare teachers, `the ethics of infants` were the most highly perceived while the `teaching strategy` on teacher efficacy, and `social service` and `professional ethics` on professionalism awareness were the most highly perceived. Second, preservice childcare teachers` teaching ethics, teacher efficacy, and professionalism awareness had statistically significant correlations. Third, preservice childcare teachers` teaching ethics had positive influence on teacher efficacy and professionalism awareness. Based on the results of this study, in order to improve the quality of the childcare service after understanding the importance of preservice childcare teachers` teaching ethics, it would be necessary to have various researches on the internal stability of the systematic education for childcare teachers to have teacher efficacy and professionalism awareness.
 Keywords
Preservice childcare teacher;teaching ethics;teacher efficacy;professionalism awareness;
 Language
Korean
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