Australian Journal of Teacher Education
Individual’s Patterns of Commitment, Resilience and Subjective Well-being of Prospective Physical Education Teachers
To a greater or lesser extent, specific combinations of commitment, resilience and subjective well-being represent favorable individual resources in order to cope with professional demands. Prior studies have identified different patterns of these behaviors and experiences. The present study deals with the question whether these patterns are also identifiable in prospective physical education (PE) teachers. In addition, differences between physical education students and sport students with other career goals are examined. Lastly, the study concentrates on the existence of specific gender related differences within the group of student teachers.
For this purpose, 851 sport students were interviewed. The results of the Latent Profile Analysis refer to a solution with four profiles which could be verified with the help of a discriminant analysis. Comparing the proportion of the profiles according to different courses of studies, significant differences are detected. Gender differences with regard to the distribution of identified profiles could not be found.
Fischer, Britta; Bisterfeld, Miriam; and Staab, Oliver
"Individual’s Patterns of Commitment, Resilience and Subjective Well-being of Prospective Physical Education Teachers,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 43
, Article 3.
Available at: https://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol43/iss2/3