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Teacher Efficacy: How Do Teachers’ Attitudes Affect their Efficacy in Teaching Culturally Diverse Students?

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Goddard, Hoy, and Woolfolk-Hoy (2000) stated that teachers have higher efficacy when working with certain students, and those with high efficacy increase student achievement. One purpose of this pilot study is to examine whether there is a relationship between teachers’ efficacy, attitudes about multicultural populations, and multicultural teaching efficacy. One of the hypotheses is that there is a correlation between teachers’ efficacy in teaching White students and culturally diverse students. The other hypothesis is that there is a correlation between teachers’ racial attitude and their multicultural teaching efficacy. The results show significant correlations between multicultural teaching efficacy, multicultural experience, and attitude among the small sample of White teachers in two middle school settings with a substantial amount of culturally diverse students.

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Mulder, Shambra., Tyler, Kenneth. and Conner II, Timothy. "Teacher Efficacy: How Do Teachers’ Attitudes Affect their Efficacy in Teaching Culturally Diverse Students?" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the MWERA Annual Meeting, Westin Great Southern Hotel, Columbus, Ohio, Oct 15, 2008 <Not Available>. 2014-11-30 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p273427_index.html>

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Mulder, S. , Tyler, K. and Conner II, T. W. , 2008-10-15 "Teacher Efficacy: How Do Teachers’ Attitudes Affect their Efficacy in Teaching Culturally Diverse Students?" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the MWERA Annual Meeting, Westin Great Southern Hotel, Columbus, Ohio Online <PDF>. 2014-11-30 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p273427_index.html

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Goddard, Hoy, and Woolfolk-Hoy (2000) stated that teachers have higher efficacy when working with certain students, and those with high efficacy increase student achievement. One purpose of this pilot study is to examine whether there is a relationship between teachers’ efficacy, attitudes about multicultural populations, and multicultural teaching efficacy. One of the hypotheses is that there is a correlation between teachers’ efficacy in teaching White students and culturally diverse students. The other hypothesis is that there is a correlation between teachers’ racial attitude and their multicultural teaching efficacy. The results show significant correlations between multicultural teaching efficacy, multicultural experience, and attitude among the small sample of White teachers in two middle school settings with a substantial amount of culturally diverse students.


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