Schmitz G.s., Schwarzer R. (2000), “Selbstwirksamkeitserwartung Von Lehrern: Längsschnittbefunde Mit Einem Neuen Instrument” [Perceived Self­efficacy Of Teachers: Longitudinal Findings

cognitive theory, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice­Hall.

72. Bandura A. (1989), Social cognitive theory, In R. Vasta (Ed.), Annals of child development, Vol.6. Six theories of child development Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, pp.1­ 60.

73. Bandura A. (1997), Self­Efficacy: The Exercise of Control, NewYork: W.H. Freeman and Company.

74. Bandura A. (2005), Adolescent development from an agentic perspective. In

F. Pajares., T. Urdan (Eds.), Self­efficacy beliefs of adolescents (pp. 307­ 337). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing

75. Berman P., McLaughlin M., Bass G., Pauly E. and Zellman G. (1977), Federal Programs supporting educational change. Vol. VII Factors affecting implementation and continuation (Report No. R­1589/7­HEW). Santa Monica, CA: The Rand Corporation (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 140432).

76. Britner S. L., Pajares F. (2006), “Sources of science self­efficacy beliefs of middle school students”, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, Vol. 43, No 5, pp.485 ­ 499.

77. Carl Rogers C. R. (1951), “Client­centered therapy: Its rurrent practice, Implicasions, and theory”, Boston, Houghton Mifflin.

78. Cheung H. Y. (2008), “Teacher efficacy: A comparative study of Hong Kong and Shanghai primary in­service teachers”, Australian Educational Researcher, 35, pp. 103­123.

Có thể bạn quan tâm!

Xem toàn bộ 272 trang tài liệu này.

79. Coopersmith S. (1967), The antecedents of self­esteem, W.H.Freeman and company USA.

80. Courtney Ackerman. (2020), “What is self ­ efficacy theory in psychology”.

Tự đánh giá năng lực của giảng viên ở các trường sĩ quan Quân đội nhân dân Việt Nam - 26

81. Corsini R. (1999), The dictionary of Psychology, pp. 517­535.

82. Denys Trembay (2002), The Competency ­ Based approach “Helping learners become autonomous, Adult Education Alifelong Journey, pp. 12.

83. Franziska Pfitzner­Eden (2016), “I feel less confident so I quit? Do true changes in teacher self­efficacy predict changes in preservice teachers' intention to

quit their teaching degree?”, Teaching and Teacher Education.

84. Felson R., Zielinski M. (1989), “Children’s self­ esteem and parental suppot”.

Journal of Marriage and the Family, pp. 727­735.

85. Garvis S, Pendergast. D, & Keogh. J. (2012), “Changes in teacher self­ efficacy in the first year of primary school teacher education study”, The Journal of the World Universities Forum, 5(1).

86. Gibson S., Dembo M. (1984), Teacher efficacy: A construct validation,

Journal of Educational Psychology, 76, pp. 569­582.

87. Guskey T. R., Passaro P. D. (1994). “Teacher efficacy: A study of construct dimensions, American Educational Research Journal, 31, pp. 627­643.

88. James E. Maddux., Evan Kleiman. (2014), Self ­ efficacy, George Mason Unieversity.

89. Judge Thoresen., Patten (2001). “The job satisfaction­job perferman relationship: A qualitative and quantitative review”, Psychological Bulletin, 127, pp.367­407.

90. Hampton N.Z. (1998), “Sources of academic self­efficacy scale: An assessment tool for rehabilitation counselors”, Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin. 41, pp.260 ­ 277.

91. Hattie J., Timperley H. (2007), “The power of feedback”, Review of Educational Researc, 77, pp. 81 ­ 112.

92. Heneman H. G., Kimball, Milanowski A. (2006), “The Teacher Sense of Efficacy Scale: Validation evidence and behavioral prediction” WCER working paper No. 2006­7, Madison, WI: Wisconsin Center for Education Research.

93. Kayla Matthews. (2019), “6 Achievable Ways to Improve Your Self­ Efficacy” Community.

94. Kenneth Tstrongman (2015), Applying psychology to everyday life,

Copyrighted Material.

95. Khairunesa I., Zahrul A. D., Lutfan J. (2019). “Domains That Lead To Happiness At Workplace”, International Journal of Engineering and

Advanced Technology (IJEAT), 8 (5C), pp. 709­715

96. Klassen R. M,. at all (2009), “Exploring the validity of a teachers’ self­ efficacy scale in five countries”, Contemporary Educational Psychology, 34, pp. 67­76.

97. Lent R.W., Lopez F.G., Bieschke K.J. (1991). “Mathematics self­efficacy: Sources and relation to science­based career choice”, Journal of Counseling Psychology, 38, pp. 424 ­ 430.

98. Mary H. Guindon. (2010), Self­esteem across the lifespan: issues and interventions, New York: Taylor and Francis Group.

99. Marwa Alrajhi., et all. (2017), “The predictive effects of math teachers' emotional intelligence on their perceived self­efficacy beliefs”, Teaching and Teacher Education, 67, pp.378­388.

100.Madhuleena Roy Chowdhury, BA (2020), “4 ways to improve and increase self­efficacy”, PositivePsychology.

101. Mead G. H. (1934), Self and society, Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

102. Milner H. R. (2002), “A case study of an experienced English teacher's self­ efficacyand persistence through crisissituations: theoretical and practical considerations”, High School Journal, 86, pp. 28­35.

103. Morris D. B. (2009), Sources of award­winning professors’ self­efficacy: A qualitative investigation, Unpublished empirical study, Emory University, Atlanta, GA.

104. Morris D. B. (2010), Sources of teaching self­efficacy: A scale validation, Doctoral dissertation, Emory University.

105. Morris. D. B., Usher E. L. (2011), “Developing teaching self­efficacy in researchinstitutions: a study of award­winning professors”, Contemporary EducationalPsychology, 36(3), pp. 232­245.

106. Mousavi. (2014), “The Effect of Peer Observation on Iranian EFL Teachers' Self­Efficacy”, Procedia ­ Social and Behavioral Sciences, 136, pp. 181­


107. Muhammet Emin., Ramazan Cansoy., Hanifi Parlar. (2017), “Examining the relationship between teacher competence and job satisfaction”, Global Education Research Journal, 5 (5), pp. 765­772.

108. Muris P. (2001). “A brief questionnaire for measuring self­efficacy in youths”,

Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment,23, pp. 145 ­ 149.

109.Nga Thi Tuyet Phan, Terry Locke. (2015), “Sources of self­efficacy of Vietnamese EFL teachers: A qualitative study”, Teaching and Teacher Education, 52, pp. 73­82.

110. Nathaniel Branden. (1994), The Six Pillars of Self­Esteem. New York: Bantam Books.

111. Pajares F. (2001), “Toward a positive psychology of academic motivation”,

The Journal of Educational Research, 95(1), 27­35.

112. Pajares F. (2009), Toward a positive psychology of academic motivation: The role of self­efficacy beliefs, Handbook of Positive Psychology in Schools (pp. 149­160), New York: Routledge.

113. Palmer D. H. (2006a). “Durability of changes in self­efficacy of preservice primary teachers”, International Journal of Science Education, 28, pp. 655­671.

114. Poulou M. (2007), “Personal teaching efficacy and its sources: student teachers'perceptions”, Educational Psychology, 27 (2), pp.191­218.

115. Rand K. L. (2009), “Hope and optimism: Latent structures and influences on grade expectancy and academic performance”, Journal of Personality, 77, 231­160.

116. Robert M. Klassen., Mimi Bong., Ellen L. Usher., Wan Har Chong., Vivien

S. Huan., Isabella Y.F. (2010), “Exploring the validity of a teachers’ self­ efficacy scale in five countries”, Contemporary Educational Psychology, 34 (2009), pp. 67­72.

117. Rosenberg M. (1979), Conceiving the Self. New York: Basic Books.

118. Saeedeh Shohani., Akbar Azizifar., Habib Gowhary., Ali Jamalinesari., “The Relationship between Novice and Experienced Teachers' Self­ Efficacy

for Personal Teaching and External Influences”, Social and behavioral sciences, pp. 446­452.

119. Schmitz G.S., Schwarzer R. (2000), “Selbstwirksamkeitserwartung von Lehrern: Längsschnittbefunde mit einem neuen Instrument” [Perceived self­efficacy of teachers: Longitudinal findings with a new instrument]. Zeitschrift für Pädagogische Psychologie, 14 (1), pp.12­25.

120. Schunk D. H. (1987), “Peer models and children’s behavioral change”

Review of Educational Research, 57, 149­174.

121. Schunk D. H., Pajares F. (2010), “Self­efficacy beliefs”. In P. Peterson, E. Baker, &M. Barry, International Encyclopedia of education, pp. 668­672.

122. Schwarzer R., Jerusalem M. (1995), “Generalized self­efficacy scale”, In J. Weinman, S. Wright, & M. Johnston (Eds.), Measures in health psychology: A user’s portfolio (pp. 35­38). Windsor: NFER­Nelson.

123. Schwarzer R., Gerdamarie S. Schmitz., Gary T. Daytner. (1999), Teacher Self­Efficacy.

124. Sherer. (1982), ‘‘The self ­ efficacy scale: Construction and validation”,

Psychological Reports.

125. Showers (1992), “Evaluatively integrative thinking about characteristics of the self ”, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.

126. Shultz D.P., Schultz S.E. (1992), A History of modern psychology, USA.

127. Singh.T.K.R., Rajalingam S.K.(2012), “The relationship of writing apprehensionlevel and self­efficacy beliefs on writing proficiency level among pre­universitystudents”, English Language Teaching, 5(7), pp. 42­ 52.

128. Steinberg L. (1993), “Adolescence”, USA, tr. 48­49.

129. Sutton R. E. (2004), “Emotional regulation goals and strategies of teachers”,

Social Psychology of Education, 7, pp. 379­398.

130. Tschannen Moran M., Woolfolk Hoy. A. (1998), “Teacher efficacy: Its

meaning and measure”, Review of Educational Research, 68, pp. 202­248.

131. Tschannen Moran M., Woolfolk Hoy. A. (2001), “Teacher efficacy: capturing an elusive construct”, Teaching and Teacher Education, 17, pp.783­805.

132. Tschannen Moran M., Woolfolk Hoy. A. (2007), “The differential antecedents of selfefficacy beliefs of novice and experienced teachers”, Teaching and Teacher Education, 23, pp. 944­956.

133. Tschannen Moran., McMaster P. (2009), “Sources of self­efficacy: four pro­ fessional development formats and their relationship to self­efficacy andimplementation of a new teaching strategy”, The Elementary School Journal, 110(2), pp. 228­245.

134. Usher, E. L. (2006), “Teaching self­efficacy, sources of teaching self­ efficacy, teacher satisfication, teacher stress, collective teacher efficacy, optimism, teacher authenticity, and invitations”, Unpublished raw data

135. Usher E.L., Pajares F. (2006), “Invitations as a critical source of the academic self­efficacy beliefs of entering middle school students” Journal of Invitational Theory and Practice, pp. 7 ­ 16.

136. Usher E. L., Pajares F. (2008), “Sources of self­efficacy in school: Critical review of the literature and future directions”, Review of Educational Research, 78, pp. 751­796.

137. Usher E. L., Pajares F. (2009), “Sources of self­efficacy in mathematics: A validation study”, Contemporary Educational Psychology, 34, pp. 89­101.

138. Vincent De Paul (2012), “Development and Validation of Teacher Self Efficacy Scale”, Journal of Humanities and Social Science.

139. Weaver Shearn. N. (2008), “Sources of efficacy for first­year teachers”,

Dissertation Abstracts International, 66, 11A. (UMI No. 3289293).

140. Wok S., Hashim J. (2014), “Communication Networks, Organizational Contacts and Communication Power in Grooming Profesionals for Career Success”, Malaysian Journal of Communication, 30, 219­242

141. Wright T. A., Russell C. (2000), “Psychological well­being and job satisfaction as Predictors of job performance”, Journal of Occupational health psychology. 5(1), pp 84­94.

142. Yezen NwiranYezen., 3 Ways to Build Self­efficacy and Boost Your Resilience.

143. Zimmerman B.J., Pons M.M. (1990), “Student Differences in Self­ Regulated Learning: Relating Grade, Sex, and Giftedness to Self­Efficacy and Strategy Use”, Journal of Educational Psychology, 82, pp. 51 ­ 59.

Tiếng Đức

144. Franz S. (1979), Untersuchung zur Befahigung von Schulrn der Klassen 5, 7,

9 ihr Lern ­ und Kollktiverhalten selbst adaquat einzuschatzzen. Disertation B. PH. Potssdam.

Tiếng Pháp

145. Paschoal T., Tamayo A. (2008), Construcao e validacao da escala de bem­ estar no trabalho (Construction and validation of the word well­being scale), pp. 11­22.

Trang Web

146. Caley Foster. (2014), “Bandura’s Self­Efficacy”, mercia/bandura­s­self­efficacy, ngày truy cập 10/01/2021.

147. Courtney E. Ackerman, What is Self­efficacy theory in Psychology.­efficacy. Truy cập ngày 10/4/2021

148. Efficiency, Oxford Dictionary https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries. com/definition/english/self­assessment?q=self+assessment. Truy cập ngày 6/4/2021.

149. Self efficacy, Oxford Dictionary https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries. com/definition/english/self­assessment?q=self+assessment. Truy cập ngày 6/4/2021.

150. Self asteem, Oxford Dictionary https://www.oxfordlearnersdictio­assessment?q=self+assessment. Truy cập ngày 6/4/2021.

151. Strategy, Oxford Dictionary https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries

.com/definition/english/self­assessment?q=self+assessment. Truy cập ngày 6/5/2021.

152. Wikipedia tiếng Việtến_lược

153. Wikipedia tiếng Việtảng viên

154. Wikipedia tiếng Việtải nghiệm


Phụ lục 1


Đồng chí thân mến!

Để nghiên cứu về tự đánh giá năng lực của giảng viên ở các Trường Sĩ quan Quân đội nhân dân Việt Nam, đồng chí vui lòng cho biết ý kiến của mình về các nội dung dưới đây, bằng cách khoanh tròn vào các chữ số tương ứng với các mức độ trong tất cả các câu hỏi. Các ý kiến của đồng chí sẽ được tôn trọng, giữ bí mật và sự cộng tác của đồng chí sẽ góp phần quan trọng tạo nên thành công của nghiên cứu này.

Xin chân thành cảm ơn Đồng chí!


Câu 1. Đồng chí cho biết một vài thông tin về bản thân:

a. Đồng chí là: 1. Nam 2. Nữ

b. Kinh nghiệm giảng dạy: .................. năm

c. Chuyên ngành giảng dạy:…………………

d. Giảng viên khoa:……………....e. Trường: ……………

f. Học vấn: 1. Đại học 2. Thạc sĩ 3. Tiến sĩ

Câu 2: Là nhà giáo, xin đồng chí cho biết cảm nhận của mình về công việc trong 6 tháng qua:

Xem tất cả 272 trang.

Ngày đăng: 22/05/2022
Trang chủ Tài liệu miễn phí