SELF-EFFICACY AND SUSTAINABLE HABITS: ARE SELF-EFFICACY MEASURE ASSOCIATED WITH SUSTAINABLE HABITS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS
Research Scholar, School of Education, K.R.Mangalam University, Gurugram, Haryana (India)
Dr. P.C. Jena
School of Education, K.R.Mangalam University, Gurugram, Haryana (India), Haryana
The present study is an attempt to find the relation of Sustainable Habits with teacher self-efficacy of teachers working in secondary schools. Descriptive Survey Method was used. A sample of 300 senior secondary school teachers was taken on the basis of random sampling method. Teacher Self-efficacy Scale by N. Ashraf and S. Jamal. (2011) and Sustainable Habits Scale by Sona Dixit and Laxmi Khandelwal (2018) were taken to assess the teacher self-efficacy and sustainable habits of teachers working in government and private secondary school teachers. Karl Pearson’s Product Moment Coefficient of Correlation was used to analyse the data.
Key words: Teacher Self-efficacy, Sustainable Habits, Government & Private Schools, Male & Female Teachers.