Self-efficacy and cognitive achievement: implications for students with learning problems.

@article{Schunk1989SelfefficacyAC,
  title={Self-efficacy and cognitive achievement: implications for students with learning problems.},
  author={D H Schunk},
  journal={Journal of learning disabilities},
  year={1989},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={14-22}
}
  • D H Schunk
  • Published 1989 in Journal of learning disabilities
This article presents a self-efficacy model of achievement that comprises entry characteristics, self-efficacy for learning, task engagement variables, and efficacy cues. Students' sense of self-efficacy for learning is influenced as they work on tasks by cues that signal how well they are learning. Research is summarized on the effects of social and instructional variables on self-efficacy and achievement behaviors. Empirical evidence supports the idea that self-efficacy predicts student… CONTINUE READING