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Self efficacy and critical thinking dispositions as predictor of success in school practicum

  title={Self efficacy and critical thinking dispositions as predictor of success in school practicum},
  author={H. G{\"u}lru Y{\"u}ksel and Bulent Alci},
Article History: Received 02.12.2011 Received in revised form 20.03.2012 Accepted 30.03.2012 Available online 02.04.2012 A growing body of literature supports the relation between students’ sense of self-efficacy and their academic performance. Similarly, there are studies indicating a relationship between critical thinking dispositions and academic performance. The purpose of the present study is to examine in what degree the teacher candidates’ sense of self-efficacy and critical thinking… 

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