Goals for teaching: Towards a framework for examining motivation of graduating teachers
Mansfield, C., Wosnitza, M. and Beltman, S. (2012) Goals for teaching: Towards a framework for examining motivation of graduating teachers. Australian Journal of Educational & Developmental Psychology, 12 . pp. 21-34.
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Teacher motivation is an important field of research, especially in countries where teacher retention and quality have become prominent concerns. This paper presents a conceptual framework for understanding the stage appropriate goals for teaching of graduating teacher education students. Generated from empirical data and grounded in established literature (Ford, 1992; Ford & Nichols, 1987) the framework shows that both within-person and person-environment consequences inform goals for teaching. This framework makes a unique contribution to the field of teacher motivation, providing a tool to explore the content of teachers’ goals, thus providing further insights into teacher motivation.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Education|
|Publisher:||School of Education, Faculty of Education & Arts, University of Newcastle|
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