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Record number 550666
Title Exploring teachers’ career self-management. Considering the roles of organizational career management, occupational self-efficacy, and learning goal orientation.
Author(s) Runhaar, Piety; Bouwmans, Machiel; Vermeulen, Marjan
Source Human Resource Development International 22 (2019)4. - ISSN 1367-8868 - p. 364 - 384.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/13678868.2019.1607675
Department(s) WASS
Education and Learning Sciences
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2019
Keyword(s) Career self-management - Dutch secondary schools - learning goal orientation - occupational self-efficacy - organizational career management
Abstract

The current study examines how organizational career management–i.e. activities undertaken by schools in order to plan and manage teachers’ careers–relates to teachers’ career self-management–i.e. teachers steering their careers by means of searching for opportunities, networking, or seeking supervisory support. Moreover, it examines the mediating roles of occupational self-efficacy and learning goal orientation in this relationship. Mediation analysis in SPSS, using the PROCESS macro of survey data from 220 Dutch secondary school teachers, showed that positive relationships between organizational career management and career self-management were mediated by occupational self-efficacy and learning goal orientation.

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