Investigating the Effectiveness of the Educational Qualification Diploma Program in Rising Selfconfidence among the Trained Teachers at the College of Arts and Humanities at A’Sharqiyah University in the Sultanate of Oman

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Investigating the Effectiveness of the Educational Qualification Diploma Program in Rising Selfconfidence among the Trained Teachers at the College of Arts and Humanities at A’Sharqiyah University in the Sultanate of Oman

August 30, 2021 Literature and Education 0

Many scientists have studied the notion of self-confidence, whether in the psychological, educational, economic, social, or other crucial and diverse sectors. Self-confidence has a critical role in motivation, affect, and social relationships, according to philosophers, writers, educators, and, of course, psychologists [1]. Self-assurance is the fortitude to know oneself, believe in oneself, and act on one’s convictions. Self-confidence is defined as a good attitude toward oneself and the world that leads to daring behaviours motivated by a sense of self-respect [2]. The research helped to validate a number of goals, including determining the levels of self-control. teachers who have been trained This study also sought to determine the impact of educational qualification programmes on student performance, as well as the impact of educational qualification programmes on self-confidence among educated teachers (students). With the help of (70) postgraduate diploma education student-teachers, the study looked into self-confidence. After completing their undergraduate degrees in various institutions, these trainee-teachers “students” enrolled in the College of Arts and Humanities at A’Sharqiyah University in Oman to pursue an educational certification diploma. The researchers employed Sidney Shrauger’s self-confidence scale, which was developed in 1990. Dr. Adel Abdullah of the Faculty of Education at the University of Zagazig in the Arab Republic of Egypt amended, revised, and translated it into Arabic, and scholars examined it appropriate to the Omani environment. According to the findings of the current study, trainee-teachers in the educational qualification diploma programme have a poor level of self-confidence. As a result, those in charge of this programme decided to conduct individual personal interviews with the trainees (students) in order to assess their degree of self-confidence and provide the necessary support to help them improve it.

Author (S) Details

Esam Al-Lawati
Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Humanities- A’Sharqiyah University- Ibra- Sultanate of Oman.

Abdullah Al Farsi
Department of Education, College of Arts and Humanities- A’Sharqiyah University- Ibra- Sultanate of Oman.

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