Work Related Behaviors and Experience Patterns of Physical Education Teachers

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Year-Number: 2014-Volume 6, Issue 3

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The aim of the present study was to determine work related behaviors and experience patterns of physical education teachers and to analyze them in terms of gender, age, marital status, school level, school type and professional experience variables. A total of 221 physical education teachers, 98 (44.3%) females and 123 (55.7%) males, participated in the study. Work-Related Behavior and Experience Patterns Scale was used in this study. It was found out that 39.8% of the physical education teachers were in the “Type G” healthy group, 15.4 % showed in “Type S” heedless attitude, and 35.3% were “Type A” hyper devotion individuals and 9.5% were in “Type B” exhaustion group. It was found that work related behaviors and experience patterns of physical education teachers vary significantly in terms of gender, age, marital status, school level, school type and professional experience variables at several sub-dimensions.

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Abstract

The aim of the present study was to determine work related behaviors and experience patterns of physical education teachers and to analyze them in terms of gender, age, marital status, school level, school type and professional experience variables. A total of 221 physical education teachers, 98 (44.3%) females and 123 (55.7%) males, participated in the study. Work-Related Behavior and Experience Patterns Scale was used in this study. It was found out that 39.8% of the physical education teachers were in the “Type G” healthy group, 15.4 % showed in “Type S” heedless attitude, and 35.3% were “Type A” hyper devotion individuals and 9.5% were in “Type B” exhaustion group. It was found that work related behaviors and experience patterns of physical education teachers vary significantly in terms of gender, age, marital status, school level, school type and professional experience variables at several sub-dimensions.

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