Research and Teaching: Engaging Students -- An Examination of the Effects of Teaching Strategies on Self-Efficacy and Course in a Nonmajors Physics Course
Heidi Fencl, Karen Scheel Sep 2005 Journal of College Science Teaching v. 35, issue 1, p. 20-24

Self-efficacy is a key predictor of achievement and retention in most academic areas, including the sciences. In this study, the effects of teaching strategies on self-efficacy and course climate were examined. The teaching methods that made significant contributions to self efficacy were question and answer, collaborative learning, conceptual problems, electronic applications and inquiry lab activities.

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Subject: Education
Resource Type: Pedagogic Resources:Research Results, Journal Article
Research on Learning: Instructional Design, Affective Domain:Learning Environments, Self-EfficacyKeywords: affective domain, motivation