Lorna D. Capito
Professor II, Eastern Samar State University
Abstract
The study was conducted at the Eastern Samar State University Main Campus during the second semester of the school year 2018 to 2019. It aimed to determine the self-image of the respondents in terms of their positive self-image and negative self-image . It also intended to describe their student teaching performance in terms of their average grade in Student Teaching in the Elem/Sec Schools subject; and to determine whether there is significant relationship between these variables.. Likert-type questionnaire was used to gather data as well as secondary data and employed both Descriptive and Inferential statistics for the analysis of the gathered data.. The findings of the study revealed that the respondents’ perception of their level of positive self-image result to an aggregate mode of 13 which is interpreted as ‘high level’ while their level of negative self-image resulted to an aggregate mode of 14 which is interpreted as ‘ low level’ It also reflected that 95.6% or majority of the senior students were excellent in their teaching performance. Further results reflected that there was no significant relationship between the respondents’ level of positive and negative self-image and their student teaching performance . Hence the null hypothesis was accepted. The results of the study implied that the respondents’ total level of positive subjective perception of themselves, including the image of their body and impression of their own personality and capabilities are high and that they have developed the necessary skills for teaching as reflected in their student teaching performance. These findings also imply that although the respondents’ level of positive self-image is high, it does not influence their student teaching performance and outlook and preparedness towards the teaching profession.
Keywords: self-image, student teaching performance
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2021-12-07

Vol : 7
Issue : 12
Month : December
Year : 2021
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