國中健體教師實施自尊與身體意象融入教學意圖研究

賴香如, 吳德敏, 呂昌明, 卓俊辰, 李碧霞, 溫婉玉, 葉懿萱, 余柏欣

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Abstract

The purpose of this study was to assess intention to implement self-esteem and body image related curriculum of health and physical education teachers in junior high schools. By using a probability proportionate to size sampling method, 864 teachers were selected from 3,808 health and physical education teachers in Taiwan Area. Among the sample, 620 provided valid data (response rate 71.8%) with a mailed questionnaire. Data was analyzed with ANOVA, Pearson product moment correlation, and multiple regression analysis. The results of this research were summarized as follows.
1. The belief and attitude toward teaching self-esteem and body image related curriculum of the subjects were positive. But the self-efficacy of teaching self-esteem and body image related curriculum was less than 50%.
2. The intention to teach self-esteem and body image related curriculum was above average. The intention of unmarried teachers was higher than that of the married teachers. The intention of health educators was higher than that of physical educator. The intention of those who attended mental health conference in the previous year was higher than those who didn't. The higher the perceived students' needs, the higher the intention of teachers.
3. Teaching belief, efficacy, and attitude toward teaching self-esteem and body image related curriculum were positively associated with intention to implementing the curriculum.
4. Background factors, teaching belief, teaching efficacy, and attitude toward teaching self-esteem and body image related curriculum could explain 35% variance of the intention. Moreover, attitude was the most important predictor. It is suggested that workshops for building self-esteem should provide to health and physical education teachers in order to promote teaching efficacy and intention.
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)73-97
Number of pages25
Journal健康促進與衛生教育學報
Issue number29
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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