Self-Efficacy and Education and Instruction

@inproceedings{Schunk1995SelfEfficacyAE,
  title={Self-Efficacy and Education and Instruction},
  author={D. H. Schunk},
  year={1995}
}
Current theoretical accounts of learning and instruction postulate that students are active seekers and processors of information (Pintrich, Cross, Kozma, & McKeachie, 1986; Shuell, 1986). Research indicates that students’ cognitions influence the instigation, direction, strength, and persistence of their achievement behaviors (Schunk, 1989b; Weinstein, 1989; Zimmerman, 1990). 
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