Professional Identity of Teachers from the Perspective of Student Teachers of Farhangian University of East Azerbaijan Province
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The aim of this study was to investigate teachers' professional identity from the perspective of student-teachers of Farhangian University. This type of research is mixed  (qualitative and quantitative). Statistical population is all of the final year student-teachers of Farhangian University in East Azerbaijan province in 748. Sampling was stratified-ratio. The sample of 254 individuals was determined according to Morgan. For the qualitative, data was collected from an open-ended question which asked participants about their perceptions of the profession. 22 statements were used for the quantitative part to elicit participants’ constituent factors of teacher’s identity. Simple categorization was used for the analysis of qualitative data and factor analysis was used to analyze the quantitative section. The open-ended question showed understanding the realities of teaching, the lack of compatibility with teaching profession and teaching as a noble profession. For the second part, five factors were extracted with ‘role of teaching and learning’ emerging with the highest mean.

Journal of Research in Teacher Education, Volume:1 Issue: 1, 2017
147 to 162  
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