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Attitudes Towards

the Teaching Profession and their Relationship


with Sport Teachers Performance at Secondary
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Abstract
This research aims to identify the nature of the relationship that exist between sport/physical education
teachers attitudes towards the teaching profession and their relationship with teachers performance at
secondary level. We will try to know about this relationship by studying the nature of teachers attitudes
as being positive or negative and also by measuring the actual level of teachers performance through best
practices in teaching a physical education and sport lesson. To attain our objective we opted for two tools: a
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scale attitude towards the teaching profession and a scale performance. Participants in the study were chosen
randomly; a sample of 260 teachers was distributed in 06 wilayas situated in the centre and west of Algeria.
After a statistical treatment using SPSS, the results show the existence of a very positive relationship between
the two variables, a fact which indicates the strong relationship that correlates them. In addition results show
that teachers have positive attitudes towards teaching physical education and these attitudes allow them
to achieve a better performance of education and pedagogical skills related to planning, implementation,
classroom management and assessment. We thus recommend a better reconstruction of positive attitudes
towards the teaching profession among students in sport and physical education institutes to ensure successful
outcomes.

Keywords: Teaching Profession Teachers Performance Sport Teachers.

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