Sources of Self-efficacy in a Science Methods Course for Primary Teacher Education Students

@article{Palmer2006SourcesOS,
  title={Sources of Self-efficacy in a Science Methods Course for Primary Teacher Education Students},
  author={David William Palmer},
  journal={Research in Science Education},
  year={2006},
  volume={36},
  pages={337-353}
}
Self-efficacy has been shown to be an issue of concern for primary teacher education students – many of them have low self-efficacy and this can negatively affect their future teaching of science. Previous research has identified four factors that may contribute towards self-efficacy: enactive mastery experiences, vicarious experiences, verbal persuasion and physiological/affective states. It could also be argued that there are additional sources of self-efficacy that apply to primary teacher… CONTINUE READING

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