Creative organizational climate of schools, general self-efficacy, creativity self-efficacy, and cultural efficacy of teachers
Yi, Xinfa, Cai, Shushan, Scheithauer, Herbert, Schwarzer, Karl Ralf, Luo, Liang, Huang, Silin and Chen, Guang. (2008) Creative organizational climate of schools, general self-efficacy, creativity self-efficacy, and cultural efficacy of teachers. Hong Kong Educational Research Journal. 23(2), pp. 227 - 251.
|Authors||Yi, Xinfa, Cai, Shushan, Scheithauer, Herbert, Schwarzer, Karl Ralf, Luo, Liang, Huang, Silin and Chen, Guang|
The aim of the present study is to examine the characteristics of the creative organizational climate of Chinese schools, teachers’ general self-efficacy, creativity self-efficacy and cultural efficacy of own culture and to analyse the relations between these four core variables. Our analyses revealed significant teaching duration differences, age differences and a significant two-way school × teaching subject interaction in creative organizational climate as well as significant gender difference in general self-efficacy. Results of a path analysis revealed significant path coefficients were from creative organizational climate to cultural efficacy of own culture, general self-efficacy, from general self-efficacy to cultural efficacy of own culture and creativity self-efficacy, and from cultural efficacy of own culture to creativity self-efficacy. Analyses only revealed evidence for an indirect pathway from creative organizational climate to creativity self-efficacy. Results suggest the development of interventions to increase creative organizational climate and enhance general self-efficacy in educational practices.
|Keywords||creative organizational climate; general self-efficacy; creativity self-efficacy; cultural efficacy|
|Journal||Hong Kong Educational Research Journal|
|Journal citation||23 (2), pp. 227 - 251|
|Publisher||Hong Kong Educational Research Association|
|Web address (URL)||http://hkier.fed.cuhk.edu.hk/journal/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/erj_v23n2_227-251.pdf|
|Page range||227 - 251|
|Research Group||Institute for Positive Psychology and Education|
|Place of publication||Hong Kong, China|
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