SELF-EFFICACY FOR READING AND WRITING: INFLUENCE OF MODELING, GOAL SETTING, AND SELF-EVALUATION

@article{Schunk2003SELFEFFICACYFR,
  title={SELF-EFFICACY FOR READING AND WRITING: INFLUENCE OF MODELING, GOAL SETTING, AND SELF-EVALUATION},
  author={Dale Schunk},
  journal={Reading \& Writing Quarterly},
  year={2003},
  volume={19},
  pages={159 - 172}
}
  • D. Schunk
  • Published 1 April 2003
  • Psychology, Education
  • Reading & Writing Quarterly
Perceived self-efficacy, or students' personal beliefs about their capabilities to learn or perform behaviors at designated levels, plays an important role in their motivation and learning. Self-efficacy is a key mechanism in social cognitive theory, which postulates that achievement depends on interactions between behaviors, personal factors, and environmental conditions. Self-efficacy affects choice of tasks, effort, persistence, and achievement. Sources of self-efficacy information include… 

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