The determination of cooperative teacher’s knowledge problems: training device and attractiveness of Tunisian student-teachers

Keywords: professional training, teaching practice, knowledge, discomfort

Abstract

Purpose: This study was to explore the impact of the cooperative teacher’s (CT) knowledge on attractiveness of Physical Education Student Teachers (PE-ST) believed to be important for a successful process of learning to teach and training device in the workplace. The CT is considered, a key element, a person of alternation between academia and training contributing to the formation by advice and support that take place during the teaching practice. The Cooperative Teacher must have a style; develop a training contract, master interview techniques and make evaluation. Material: Data were collected with 302 student teachers (202 males and 100 females) after professional training. A descriptive/exploratory methodology based on a questionnaire consisting of twenty questions was used. The value of Cronbach alpha index is 0.729. Results: globally supported the hypotheses. Male and female student teachers in the internship shared several perceptions. However, significant differences emerged. Student-teachers’ perception of CT knowledge and practice developed relatively professional skills as well as the feeling of discomfort which can lead to work stoppage. However, the impact of CT knowledge on attractiveness was significant. The inefficiency advice between actors in the professional life and several aspects of CT knowledge are provided. In addition, data are provided indicating that overall there are more similarities than differences between male and female student teachers over a response number. Data also shows that females who participate in the internship may be at risk for discomfort, incapability and doubt their practices. Conclusions: This study will encourage Teacher’s to reflect on their own knowledge, training device and to include them in the process of educational development.

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Author Biographies

W. Zayed, Higher Institute of Sport and Physical Education
zayed-wadii@hotmail.com; Road of Tozeur 2100, Gafsa Tunisia
M.S. Zguira, Higher Institute of Sport and Physical Education
sami-zguira@hotmail.fr; Road of Tozeur 2100, Gafsa Tunisia
N. Souissi, Higher Institute of Sport and Physical Education
n.souissi@yahoo.fr; Ksar Saïd 2010, MANOUBA Tunisia
N. Bali, Higher Institute of Sport and Physical Education
naila_bali@yahoo.fr; Ksar Saïd 2010, MANOUBA Tunisia

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2019-04-20
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Zayed W, Zguira M, Souissi N, Bali N. The determination of cooperative teacher’s knowledge problems: training device and attractiveness of Tunisian student-teachers. Physical education of students. 2019;23(2):98-05. https://doi.org/10.15561/20755279.2019.0208
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