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2023 | nr 2 | 31-38
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The relationship between teachers' sense of efficacy and organizational commitment at Colleges in Pakistan

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This study explores the relationship between teachers' sense of efficacy and their organizational commitment at colleges in Pakistan. It was conducted on a sample comprising 494 public-sector Pakistani college teachers. Tschannen-Moran and Hoy (2001) developed the teachers' sense of efficacy scale, and John P. Meyer and Natalie J. Allen's developed organizational commitment scale (1991) was applied to collect the data. Hypotheses were tested using the Pearson Product Moment formula. The effects of the factors of the teachers' sense of efficacy on organizational commitment were determined using the Regression Analysis. It was determined that a higher degree of teachers' sense of efficacy enhances organizational commitment, as highlighted by a significant positive correlation between the teachers' sense of efficacy and organizational commitment. There was a significant positive correlation between three factors of the teachers' sense of efficacy scale and three components of organizational commitment of college teachers. It was also established that the teachers' sense of efficacy can predict organizational commitment. The study shows that teachers' sense of efficacy must be considered when selecting and training prospective teachers. To become efficient and effective, teaching organizations must pay considerable attention to monitoring and boosting the positive Sense of self-efficacy among their teaching staff(original abstract)
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