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Abstract


THE SELF – EFFICACY BELIEFS OF THE SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS IN TEACHING ECONOMY SUBJECTS
The aim of this research is to determine the levels of self – efficacy beliefs of the social studies teachers in teaching economy subjects and to analyse them in terms of different variables. This research was realised with the scanning model and its sample consisted of 316 social studies teachers working in Antalya in 2013 – 2014 educational years. Melinda Odam Staubs’ scale called ‘Economics Teaching Efficacy Belief Instrument’ (ETEBI) (2007) was used by taking necessary permissions and doing the scale adaptation study in the research. The reliability study of the 23 – item scale to measure economy self – efficacy beliefs was done and the reliability value of the tool was found to be .76. The data achieved from Teacher Economy Self - Efficacy Scale was analysed with SPSS 21.0. According to the results of the research, it was found out that the levels of self – efficacy of the social studies teachers in teaching economy subjects were lower, and that gender, level of education and job duration didn’t show any differences in the self – efficacy belief. However, it was seen that the teachers having graduated from the faculties of education, those teaching subjects with field trips and those having a habit of reading newspaper or magazines had higher levels of self - efficacy. According to the results of the research, several suggestions were made to increase the self – efficacy beliefs of the social studies teachers.

Keywords
Social Studies teacher, economy subjects, self - efficacy


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