Self-efficacy of physical education teachers and its relationship to job performance and organizational commitment


  • Kenioua Mouloud Universidad de Ouargla
  • Nawal Krine Universidad de Ouargla

Palabras clave:

Physical education teachers, Self-efficacy, Job performance, Organizational commitment


Objective: the study aimed to ascertain the relationship between self-efficacy, job performance, and organizational commitment of physical education teachers. Method: 132 physical education teachers from educational institutions in Ouargla- Algeria participated in the study. The general self-efficacy scale, job performance and organizational commitment questionnaires were relied upon to collect data. Results: after statistical treatment by Pearson correlation coefficient and linear regression, the results indicated that there was a positive relationship between self-efficacy and job performance, self-efficacy and organizational commitment among physical education teachers. Conclusion: self-efficacy can be predicted in according job performance and organizational commitment among physical education teachers. Future studies would preferably be about other psychological variables.

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