Student teachers’ future time perspective and teacher identity: A longitudinal study about students who will become primary school teachers

Fadie Hanna*, Lucija Andre, Marjolein Zee

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Abstract

This three-wave study examined associations between a motivational construct future time perspective (FTP) and teachers’ identity (TI) in a sample of Dutch student teachers (N = 368). Additionally, gender and educational level were included as factors affecting FTP and TI. Random intercept cross-lagged panel models indicated that FTP and TI were moderately and positively correlated at the between-person level. At the within-person level, positive cross-lagged effects from wave 2 FTP on wave 3 TI were uncovered. Male student teachers and those that are academically educated reported weaker FTP and TI relations compared to their counterparts. Implications for practice are discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Article number104382
JournalTeaching and Teacher Education
Volume136
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2023

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Author Note: This research received a grant from Stichting Kenniscentrum Ongelijkheid Amsterdam, the Netherlands

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