Understanding extra-role behavior in schools : the relationships between job satisfaction , sense of e $ cacy , and teachers ' extra-role behavior

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  title={Understanding extra-role behavior in schools : the relationships between job satisfaction , sense of e \$ cacy , and teachers ' extra-role behavior},
  author={Anit Somech and Anat Drach-Zahavy},
  year={2000}
}
The purpose of the present study was to explore the construct of extra-role behavior in schools, and to examine the relationships between extra-role behavior and three factors: job satisfaction, self-e$cacy, and collective e$cacy. Subjects were 251 Israeli teachers. A factor analysis revealed three distinctive facets of extra-role behavior, corresponding to three levels of the school system: the student, the team, and the organization as a unit. In addition, the results demonstrated positive… CONTINUE READING

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