An examination into self efficacy metacognition and academic performance of pre service ELT students prediction and difference

@inproceedings{Alci2012AnEI,
  title={An examination into self efficacy metacognition and academic performance of pre service ELT students prediction and difference},
  author={Bulent Alci and H. G{\"u}lru Y{\"u}ksel},
  year={2012}
}
The aim of this study is of twofold: to examine in what degree the undergraduate ELT students’ sense of self-efficacy and metacognitive awareness predict their academic performance, and to investigate the difference in self-efficacy beliefs and metacognitive awareness according to grades. The study cohorts a total of 143 students enrolled in English Language Teaching department. In the study two different instruments were used: Teachers’ Sense of Self-Efficacy Scale (TSES) (Capa, 

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