The Significant Correlation between Self Efficacy and the Role of Islamic Education Teachers as a Society Change Agent

Noornajihan Jaafar, Nurul Asia Fasehah Muhamad, Ab. Halim Tamuri, Azhar Haji Ahmad, Nur Hanani Hussin, Mohd Khamal Md. Daud, Maziahtusima Ishak


The role of Islamic education teacher (IET) as society change agent (SCA) requires a strong internal motivation factor. It begins with confidence in self-ability i.e. self-efficacy (SE) in implementing the trust given to them. This study aims to assess the relationship between SE ITE in Malaysia with the role of SCA in society. This quantitative study has involved 1382 IETs in Malaysia. The sampling technique used was cluster sampling and based on random sample selection. The findings show that the SE level of ITE is at high level. But the role of IET as SCA is at less satisfactory level. Furthermore, SE has been identified to have a significant relationship with IET's role as SCA but was at weak level. The implication is, the study finds that the focus should be on restoring ITE's mindset about the community's work and developing the ummah, as well as the 21st century teaching and learning (T&L) skills. In fact, IET needs to be given practical exposure to engage in society through NGOs, surau, mosques, da'wah organization and government agencies.

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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-9340(Print) ISSN 2039-2117(Online)

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