ORIENTATION OF THE VALUES OF THE TEACHING PROFESSION FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS MAJORING IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Phung Xuan Dung

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The research was conducted to determine the current situation of undergraduate students' teaching career value orientation, which will serve as the foundation for suggesting several educational solutions that will orient them with a teaching career. According to the poll, most students majoring in Physical Education have a fairly good impression of the values of the teaching profession; they highly value social values, followed by moral values, and lastly a group of new values. However, the majority of students still have a poor perception of the teaching career. This demonstrates the misconception of Physical Education major students about the role and significance of the teaching profession, as well as teachers' considerable contributions to society.

 

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orientation, values of the teaching profession, students, physical education

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpe.v8i1.4188

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