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EXAMINING TEACHING MOTIVATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS

The purpose of this study was to to determine the factors which have influence on teaching motivations and teaching motivation levels of PE teachers. Qualitative and quantitative methods were used to determine the factors that affect teaching motivation and teaching motivation levels of PE teachers. Research group comprised of 166 physical education teachers. Teaching Motivation Scale was used as a quantitative data collection tool. Nine PE teachers participated for qualitative section of research. Semi-structured interview form was used in order to obtain data of scale’s qualitative section. Independent t test, and One Way Anova tests were used to statistical analysis. Significance level was accepted as p<.05. Content analysis was used to reach conceptions and relations which can explain intrinsic and extrinsic factors will affect teaching motivations of PE teachers. There was no any statistical difference between the intrinsic, extrinsic and teaching motivations according to gender and school level variables. According to PE teachers’ years of professional seniority there were significant differences between intrinsic motivation and teaching motivation scores. PE teachers with 1-10 years of professional seniority had a higher instrinsic and teaching motivation scores than PE teachers with 11-20 and 21 or above years of professional seniority. According to data related to interviews, theme of intrinsic factors which affect teaching motivation comprised of sense of responsibility, conscience, loving to teach, being successful, being useful and to deserve the salary they get categories. Theme of extrinsic factors which affect teaching motivation were; students interest in course, approaches of parents, approaches of school administration, sufficiency of facility and equipments, views of public toward physical education course and work mates categories. It was concluded that motivations of physical education teachers were low, and intrinsic motivation levels were moderate. As causes affecting motivatons of physical education teachers; sense of responsibility, conscience, loving to teach, being successful, being useful and deserving salary they receive were found.



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Motivation, physical education, teacher, teaching


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