This study examined the data related to the novice teachers’ self-efficacy beliefs and their performance in the classroom. The researcher collected both qualitative and quantitative data for this study. According to the findings, teacher self-efficacy beliefs of the novice teachers were found to be at a sufficient level. The novice teachers reported that they frequently use “verbal reprimands” , “establishing classroom rules and routines collaboratively with students”, “daily lesson planning”, “reinforcement towards student achievement”, “multiple intelligences activities”, “discussion technique”, “concrete exemplification”, “visually supported extra activities”, “oral questioning”, and “itneractive teaching methods” in the classroom.
"Self-Efficacy Beliefs of Novice Teachers and Their Performance in the Classroom,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 36
, Article 1.
Available at: https://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol36/iss5/1