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Experienced and Novice Iranian Teachers' Perceptions as to the Effect of Intrinsic Factors on Teacher Efficacy

  title={Experienced and Novice Iranian Teachers' Perceptions as to the Effect of Intrinsic Factors on Teacher Efficacy},
  author={Abbas Ali Zarei and Niloofar Afshari Sharifabad},
The present study was conducted to investigate the perceptions of experienced and novice teachers as to the effect of intrinsic factors (motivation, self- concept, anxiety, autonomy) on teacher efficacy. To this end, 53 experienced teachers who had more than 10 years of experience in teaching and 46 novice teachers who had less than 3 years of experience in teaching participated in the study. A 4part questionnaire (each part measuring the perceptions of the teachers about one of the intrinsic… 

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