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The Mediating Effect of Sense of Efficacy on the Relationship Between Instructional Practices and Organizational Commitment of Teachers

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Asoncion, C.C. and Bolofer, J.T., 2021. The Mediating Effect of Sense of Efficacy on the Relationship Between Instructional Practices and Organizational Commitment of Teachers. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT), 3(2), pp.156-163.

Abstract

The primary objective of this study was to determine the role of teacher self-efficacy in mediating the relationship between teachers’ instructional practices and organizational commitment. The study used a correlational technique in a quantitative, non-experimental design. The respondents were the public secondary school teachers of Carmen District of Davao del Norte Division. Mean, Pearson-r, and Path Analysis were used in determining the study`s findings. Moreover, adapted survey questionnaires were used for instructional practices, organizational commitment, and teacher self-efficacy. Results revealed that the level of instructional practices, organizational commitment, sense of efficacy were very high. There was a significant relationship between instructional practices and a sense of efficacy, and there was also a significant relationship between instructional practices and organizational commitment. Furthermore, there was a significant relationship between a sense of efficacy and organizational commitment. The outcome model indicated an outstanding correlation and pointed out that a sense of efficacy strongly influenced instructional practices and organizational commitment. The Mediating Effect: Path Analysis for this study revealed that teacher self-efficacy partially mediates the relationship between instructional practices and organizational commitment.

Keywords: teacher self-efficacy, instructional practices, organizational commitment, regression analysis, Philippines.

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