Influence of Teacher’s Self- Efficacy on the Quality of Learning: The Mediating Role of Mobile Learning Readiness among Criminology Students

Authors : Jayson U. Gerona; Girlie N. Cañete

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 11 - November

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The main focus of this research attempted to measure the mediating effect of M-learning readiness on the relationship between teacher`s self-efficacy and quality of learning. The study was conducted out using non-experimental quantitative research methodology employing the descriptive-correlational approach using Mean, Pearson r, Regression, and Sobel z-test as statistical tools. Mediation analysis was used as an approach in data analysis. This research used a mediation model to find and explain the mechanism or process that underlying an observed connection between independent variables which is the teacher`s self-efficacy and a dependent variable which is the quality of learning by introducing a third explanatory variable, known as a mediator variable which is the M-learning readiness. The questionnaires utilized in the research were customized and appropriate to the needs of the current study. The information was gathered using a stratified sampling approach, with 300 criminology students from a private institution serving as respondents. The study found a substantial association between teacher selfefficacy and student learning quality. Likewise, Mlearning readiness also show significant role. It was also revealed that there is mediating effect of M-learning readiness of students on the relationship between teacher`s self-efficacy and quality of learning, partial mediation occurred on this study

Keywords : M-learning readiness, teacher`s self-efficacy, quality of learning, correlational design, mediating effect, Philippines.


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