Experiências de ensino no estágio supervisionado e autoeficácia para ensinar educação física na escola
Alternative titleTeaching experiences in supervised practicum and self-efficacy to teach physical education in school
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The teaching experiences that future teachers go through during the supervised practicum play an important role in their training. However, the ways these experiences can affect the student teachers' self-efficacy are still not well known. The aim of this study is to identify the teaching experiences that a group of student teachers recognized as responsible for the construction of their personal efficacy beliefs, though the analysis of the portfolios they produced while attending the supervised practicum. This analysis revealed that these students have perceived themselves able to teach Physical Education after the practicum period. The experiences of regency and social persuasion were the most mentioned sources. The knowledge about the beliefs related to teaching - particularly self-efficacy beliefs - can encourage student teachers to reflect about their own teaching abilities and about the skills and strategies they must develop face to the challenges of teaching.