Analyzing and Validating the Competences of the Teachers Profession based on the Model
Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government,
2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 2359-2374
AbstractOne of the issues that has been addressed in recent years is the existence of a
mechanism for determining and assessing the professional qualifications of teachers who have
paid more attention to this in developed countries and have been able to make and develop
their own educational system models. To make in our country, this has also been highlighted
in recent years, and its underlying work has been somewhat done. In this regard, this research
has been conducted with the aim of analyzing and validating the model of professional
competencies based on the Huntly model. The statistical population is all teachers working in
Isfahan province. Using Cochran's formula, 345 people were selected as a statistical sample
and selected randomly. The data gathering tool was a Delphi method and a researcher-made
questionnaire. The validity of the questionnaire was content validity and reviewed by five
experts and professors. The reliability of the questionnaire was also evaluated using
Cronbach's alpha test. The results show that the alpha coefficient is more than 0.7, so the
questionnaire has an appropriate reliability. Data analysis was performed using Smart PLS
and SPSS20 software. The results show that professional knowledge, professional practice,
and professional commitment are highly valued as a component of the professional
competences of teachers in Isfahan province.
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