Self-Efficacy Encouragement by Learning Activities
This article aimed to explain the essential of the self-efficacy’s learners which mentioned the learning activities through the self-efficacy in additional level. This self-efficacy affected the learners with highly patience in learning, had an attempt to succeed in learning. Their competencies had an influence on behaviors by processes as follows: 1) Cognitive process 2) Motivation process 3) Affective process and 4) Selection process. All processes had the factors to self-efficacy development, they were 1) Mastery Experiences 2) Modelling 3) Verbal Persuasion and 4) Emotional Arousal. Regarding evaluation model for self-efficacy had three dimensions: 1) Magnitude 2) Strength and 3) Generality that the lecturer should design the activities which could encourage self-efficacy for example; the worksheet activity and the exercise with the samples, knowledge bank to encourage the learners such as learn from idols, communicate with encouragement.
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