Teacher Interpersonal Self-Efficacy Scale: Estudo de adaptação e validação da versão Portuguesa

Octávio Moura, Clara Costa

Resumo


A Teacher Interpersonal Self-Efficacy Scale (Brouwers & Tomic, 2001) é uma escala de avaliação da perceção de autoeficácia para professores, sendo constituída por 24 itens que se organizam em torno de uma estrutura de 3 fatores: (1) Perceção de Auto-Eficácia na Gestão da Turma, (2) Perceção de Auto-Eficácia em Obter Apoio por Parte dos Colegas, e (3) Perceção de Auto-Eficácia em Obter Apoio por Parte dos Superiores. Da adaptação e validação da versão Portuguesa deste instrumento fizeram parte 658 professores do Ensino Básico, Secundário e Educação Especial. Os resultados da análise fatorial confirmatória demonstram o ajustamento da estrutura fatorial original na amostra Portuguesa. A consistência interna e a estabilidade temporal das três dimensões revelam valores adequados. As diversas características psicométricas evidenciam a adequada validade e fiabilidade desta escala.

Palavras-chave


Autoeficácia, Professores, Análise fatorial confirmatória.

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