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Slovak Pre-Service Teacher Self-Efficacy: Theoretical and Research Considerations

@inproceedings{Gavora2010SlovakPT,
  title={Slovak Pre-Service Teacher Self-Efficacy: Theoretical and Research Considerations},
  author={Peter Gavora},
  year={2010}
}
The concept of self- efficacy was originally developed by Albert Bandura, and has been defined as the personal belief that one is capable of performing in an appropriate and effective manner to attain certain goals. As such, self-efficacy is a self-system that controls most personal activity, including appropriate use of professional knowledge and skills. Teacher selfefficacy is the belief that teachers have about their abilities and skills as educators. Teacher self-efficacy has been shown to… 

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