Coaching and Self Efficacy
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Self-efficacy refers to beliefs about one’s own capability to learn or perform behaviours at designated levels (Bandura, 1986, 1997). The theory of self-efficacy was first published by Bandura in 1977. Since then self-efficacy has been researched in many fields and found to be related to clinical problems such as phobias, addiction, depression, social skills, assertiveness; to stress in a variety of contexts; to smoking behaviour; to pain control; to health; and to athletic performance (Pajares, 1997). Self-efficacy beliefs have also received increasing attention in education. Much research shows that self-efficacy influences academic motivation, learning, and achievement (Pajares, 1996; Schunk, 1995).






Teacher Self Efficacy




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Teacher Self Efficacy - Cause and Effect Diagram
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Links to further resources on Coaching and Self Efficacy
Coaching and Self Efficacy - A Blog
Ehancing a Teacher's Self Efficacy