Rodolfo II M. Osorno, Khristine Jane S. Federico


The purpose of this study was to determine the influence of school cultural activities and teacher attitude and self-efficacy of teachers in Physical Education. Utilizing quantitative, non-experimental design via correlational technique, data were obtained from 300 respondents of the study who are teachers in public secondary schools in Digos City division and Davao del Sur division. The researcher utilized the total population technique and survey mode of data collection. The researcher also utilized the statistical tools mean, Pearson r, and multiple regression. From the results of the study, it was found out that there is a very high level of mean scores for all variables of school cultural elements, teacher attitude and self-efficacy of teachers in Physical Education. Also, results revealed that there are significant relationships between school cultural elements and self-efficacy, between teacher attitude and self-efficacy of public school teachers. Further, it was revealed there is a significant influence on the domains of school cultural elements and teacher attitude on the self-efficacy of teachers in Physical Education, and that the domains professional values, collaboration, leadership, and classroom management best influence the teaching efficacy of teachers in Physical Education.


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