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An Ecological Approach to Physical Education Students' Drop-out and Opt-out at Graduate School of Education about Teacher Appointment Examination of Secondary School

교육대학원 체육교육전공 학생들이 경험하는 임용시험 중도포기 및 탈락에 대한 생태학적 접근

Cho, Ki-Bum;Kim, Seung-Yong
조기범;김승용

  • Received : 2018.11.12
  • Accepted : 2019.01.20
  • Published : 2019.01.28

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to explore factors that physical education graduate students in graduate school of education drop out of teacher appointment examination of secondary school by using Ecological Model. The in-depth interview was conducted for 10 physical education graduate students studying in school of education. As an aspect of the intrapersonal component, the effort to apply how participants'current job positively affects their preparation for teacher appointment examination is required and they need to clearly decide academic priorities to prepare for teacher appointment examination. As an aspect of interpersonal component, participants are negatively affected by subjective norm, thereby providing personalized mentoring program is required. As an aspect of organizational component, limited tuition support and inappropriate place to study are emphasized, so practical helps like sports practice instructor or teacher appointment examination preparation class is required. Finally, this study suggests the introduction of integrated system for teacher appointment examination.

Keywords

Teacher Appointment Examination;Physical Education;Graduate School of Education;Ecological Model;Opt-out;Dropout

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