Event Title

The Dominance of the Ego-States and the Level of Teacher’s Efficacy in the Working Environment

Session

Psychology

Description

This study has aimed to find the relationship between the dominance of the ego-state and the level of efficacy of the teachers at work, namely the Albanian teachers of high schools. The ego-states as a conistent pattern of feeling, thinking and behavioral experience, are treated to its three categories: that of parent, adult and child, while efficacy is treated as a form of action to successfully accomplish a certain task. Through the quantitative correlational method, a total of 201 Albanian teachers of secondary education in the Republic of Macedonia are included, with a 39-year average, randomly selected. The correlational analysis shows the weak positive relationship between the parent's and the adult's dominant ego-states with the level of efficacy at work, while the compare of the means shows significant difference and high level of efficacy at the work in the parent’s and adult ego-state, compared to the child ego-state. The study brings significant contribution to the field of transaction analysis and organizational psychology.

Keywords:

Ego-states, Efficacy, Teacher, High school

Session Chair

Vjollca Pllana Shahini

Session Co-Chair

Elmedina Çesko

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 9:00 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 10:30 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.420

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The Dominance of the Ego-States and the Level of Teacher’s Efficacy in the Working Environment

Pristina, Kosovo

This study has aimed to find the relationship between the dominance of the ego-state and the level of efficacy of the teachers at work, namely the Albanian teachers of high schools. The ego-states as a conistent pattern of feeling, thinking and behavioral experience, are treated to its three categories: that of parent, adult and child, while efficacy is treated as a form of action to successfully accomplish a certain task. Through the quantitative correlational method, a total of 201 Albanian teachers of secondary education in the Republic of Macedonia are included, with a 39-year average, randomly selected. The correlational analysis shows the weak positive relationship between the parent's and the adult's dominant ego-states with the level of efficacy at work, while the compare of the means shows significant difference and high level of efficacy at the work in the parent’s and adult ego-state, compared to the child ego-state. The study brings significant contribution to the field of transaction analysis and organizational psychology.