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In this study, psychological capital levels of teachers working in distance education in state high schools in Şahinbey district of Gaziantep province were determined. It was also determined in the dimensions of hope, optimism, resilience and self-efficacy, which are sub-dimensions of teachers’ psychological capital. The survey model was used in this study, which was designed in quantitative research method. “Psychological Capital Scale” was used to determine the psychological capital levels of teachers. The population of the study consists of 2179 teachers working in state high schools in Şahinbey district in the 2020-2021 academic year. In the sample of the study, there are 163 teachers who voluntarily answered the online scale via internet. Data analysis was done using descriptive statistical methods. In the study, it was determined that the psychological capital levels of the teachers working in distance education are at good level. Also, it was determined that the sub-dimension of optimism has the lowest average and the sub-dimension of self-efficacy has the highest average. It can be stated that increasing the psychological capital levels of teachers working in distance education will positively affect the working performance of teachers. Thus, it can be said that the distance education can be more efficient both for teachers and students.
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