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Published: 15 December 2022
The Evaluation of Faculty of Education Students' Self-Efficiency Beliefs for Museum Education
Sivas Cumhuriyet University, Turkey
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Keywords: Museum, Education, Museum Education, Self-Efficacy, Belief, Visiting the Museum
Museum education is a field that requires teachers to work with faith in school-museum cooperation. The aim of this study is to examine the self-efficacy beliefs of the students of the Faculty of Education of a university regarding museum education. 692 students studying at the Faculty of Education of a university participated in this study, which was carried out with the scanning model. The data of the research were obtained with the Student Identification Form (SIF) and the Self-Efficacy Belief Scale for Museum Education (SEBSFME). The average age of the students is 21.15 (SD: 1.801), 76% of them are women, most of them (69.7%) live in the city. 29% are in the 1st grade, 25.7% are in the 4th grade. 26.4% of the students are in Turkish Language Teaching, 21.2% in Social Studies Teaching and 15.9% in Art-Music Teaching. The mean score of SEBSFME is 80.86 (SD: 18.06). There was no significant difference between the SEBSFME mean score and variables such as age, gender, and place of residence. The difference between the students' grade level, department, visiting the museum and taking courses related to the museum was statistically significant. (p<0.05). Self-efficacy belief towards museum education was found above the average scores of the Faculty of Education students. It is important for the students of the faculty of education, who are the teachers of the future, to develop their self-efficacy beliefs by being supported by museum education, which provides the development of important educational features such as questioning, research and examination.
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