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EEO. 2009; 8(3): 709-719


Examining School Counselors’ Sense of Self-Efficacy Regarding Psychological Counsultation and Counseling in Special Education

Veysel AKSOY, Ibrahim H. DIKEN.

Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine school counselors’ sense of self-efficacy regarding
psychological counsltation and counseling in special education. Participants included 277 school cousnelors
working at elementary schools in Turkey. Data were obtained through an information form for demographic info
and School Counselors’ Self-Efficacy Scale regarding Special Education (SCSSSE) developed by the
researchers. Results indicated that whereas there was no significant relationship between school counselors’
sense of self-efficacy scores and their genders and ages, significant relationships were found between school
counselors’ sense of self-efficacy scores and years of job experience, undergraduate programs they graduated,
years of special education experience, and special education support. Results were discussed extensively.

Key words: special education, self efficacy, school counselor.


 
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Veysel AKSOY , Ibrahim H. DIKEN. Examining School Counselors’ Sense of Self-Efficacy Regarding Psychological Counsultation and Counseling in Special Education. EEO. 2009; 8(3): 709-719.


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Veysel AKSOY , Ibrahim H. DIKEN. Examining School Counselors’ Sense of Self-Efficacy Regarding Psychological Counsultation and Counseling in Special Education. https://ilkogretim-online.org/?mno=121695 [Access: April 05, 2022].


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Veysel AKSOY , Ibrahim H. DIKEN. Examining School Counselors’ Sense of Self-Efficacy Regarding Psychological Counsultation and Counseling in Special Education. EEO. 2009; 8(3): 709-719.



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Veysel AKSOY , Ibrahim H. DIKEN. Examining School Counselors’ Sense of Self-Efficacy Regarding Psychological Counsultation and Counseling in Special Education. EEO. (2009), [cited April 05, 2022]; 8(3): 709-719.



Harvard Style

Veysel AKSOY , Ibrahim H. DIKEN (2009) Examining School Counselors’ Sense of Self-Efficacy Regarding Psychological Counsultation and Counseling in Special Education. EEO, 8 (3), 709-719.



Turabian Style

Veysel AKSOY , Ibrahim H. DIKEN. 2009. Examining School Counselors’ Sense of Self-Efficacy Regarding Psychological Counsultation and Counseling in Special Education. Elementary Education Online, 8 (3), 709-719.



Chicago Style

Veysel AKSOY , Ibrahim H. DIKEN. "Examining School Counselors’ Sense of Self-Efficacy Regarding Psychological Counsultation and Counseling in Special Education." Elementary Education Online 8 (2009), 709-719.



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Veysel AKSOY , Ibrahim H. DIKEN. "Examining School Counselors’ Sense of Self-Efficacy Regarding Psychological Counsultation and Counseling in Special Education." Elementary Education Online 8.3 (2009), 709-719. Print.



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Veysel AKSOY , Ibrahim H. DIKEN (2009) Examining School Counselors’ Sense of Self-Efficacy Regarding Psychological Counsultation and Counseling in Special Education. Elementary Education Online, 8 (3), 709-719.








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