School climate and personal variables of secondary school’s teachers
The theme of our research is understanding why many aspects of school climate are interrelated and how such relations influence subsequent scholastic functioning. The research is oriented towards the determination of personal and environmental factors that provide to explain several aspects of the construct. We administered a test battery to analyze: Scholastic Climate; Personal and Collective Efficacy; Organizational Commitment, Involvement, and Job Satisfaction. Findings confirm the constant influence of personal efficacy on determining of the level of job involvement and satisfaction. If teachers’ personal efficacy convictions play a significant role on stamp their scholastic perceptions and evaluations, they reflect
the experience of each teacher, the history of successes and failures of individuals in their own experience of teaching.
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