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Self-Efficacy

In the late 1970s Albert Bandura of Stanford University published his research findings on self-efficacy. Self-efficacy is not so much about generalisation of a person’s confidence but the confidence level about being successful with a specific task you are tackling … Continue reading

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What is self-efficacy and how can we help our students to get more of it?

“If you think you can, you probably can.  If you think you can’t, well that self limiting and self-fulfilling belief might well stop you doing something you’re perfectly capable of doing.” Albert Bandura Last week I was fortunate enough to … Continue reading

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