Education Journal



創意自我效能、組織創新氣候對國中教師創意教學表現影響之跨層次研究

2018.第46卷第1期(Vol. 46 No. 1).pp. 143–164
 

創意自我效能、組織創新氣候對國中教師創意教學表現影響之跨層次研究

A Cross-level Research of Creative Self-efficacy, Organizational Innovation Climate and Creative Teaching Performance of Teachers in Taiwan’s Junior High Schools

余舜基(Shun-Chi YU)

摘要

本研究旨在探討國中教師創意自我效能對創意教學表現的影響,並以組織創新氣候為調節變項,以創意自我效能理論、組織創新氣候理論和創意教學表現為理論基礎建立研究模式。研究對象為台灣台中市的國中教師,並運用階層線性模式分析學校組織與國中教師層次間各變項的影響。研究結果發現,學校國中教師的創意自我效能會影響創意教學表現,而提升組織創新氣候有助於國中教師的創意自我效能;組織創新氣候在國中教師創意自我效能與創意教學表現之間產生部分調節效果。根據以上發現,本研究認為學校為了創意教學表現的發展,應重視組織創新氣候的營造,同時還要重新檢討教師的創意教學方式。

關鍵詞:創意自我效能;組織創新氣候;創意教學表現;國中;階層線性模式

Abstract

This study in 2015 aimed to explore organizational innovation climate as a moderator between creative self-efficacy and creative teaching performance of teachers in Taiwan’s junior high schools. The effective sample included 1,005 teachers. A cross-level research model of creative self-efficacy, organizational innovation climate and creative teaching performance of teachers in Taiwan’s junior high schools was proposed and tested by using a hierarchical linear modeling approach. Results demonstrated that the creative self-efficacy of junior high school teachers affect creative teaching performance, and improving the organization innovation climate will facilitate creative self-efficacy of these teachers; organizational innovation climate has partial moderation effect on the relationship between creative self-efficacy and creative teaching performance of teachers in Taiwan’s junior high schools. These findings suggest not only that it is important to consider creative teaching performance of teachers in Taiwan’s junior high schools but also that organizational innovation climate plays an essential role in this relationship. Based on research results, the author puts forward a number of relevant suggestions and implications of findings for educational authorities. Finally, the author provides some directions for future research.

Keywords: creative self-efficacy; organizational innovation climate; creative teaching performance; junior high school; hierarchical linear model