Investigating Pre-Service Teachers’ Mathematics Anxiety, Teaching Anxiety, Self-efficacy, Beliefs about Mathematics and Perceptions of the Learning Environment
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This study investigated pre-service teachers’ mathematics anxiety, teaching anxiety, teaching self-efficacy, beliefs about mathematics, and perceptions of the learning environment. Relationships between variables, and differences across year groups, were examined. A cross-sectional research design, utilising five surveys developed or modified for purpose, was conducted with 184 participants across two higher education institutes in Abu Dhabi. The results offer insights for higher education institutes, the Abu Dhabi Education Council and the UAE Ministry of Education.
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