This article describes a qualitative study of six Catholic high school teachers, all male and all relatively new to Catholic education. Each subject participated in six hours of ethnographic interviews, yielding a rich description of their self-perceptions, educational competence, and faith background. Teaching as a vocation and moral education emerged as important themes for these teachers and for future study.
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Donovan, A. (2000). Moral Education and Teachers’ Self-Perceptions: Novice Male Teachers in the Catholic High School. Journal of Catholic Education, 3 (4). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol3/iss4/3