Self-efficacy Expectations for Mosul University students (Comparative study)
College Of Basic Education Researches Journal,
2021, Volume 17, Issue 3, Pages 1642-1655
AbstractThe aim :
The level of Self-efficacy of Mosul university students. The difference in the level of Self-efficacy among them depending on the gender variable. Differences in the level of Self-efficacy of students participating and not participating in workshops . The differences in the level of Self-efficacy among students whose are participating and not participating in workshops depending on the gender variable . A sample of (100) male and female students who are participated in workshops in cooperation with the University of Dortmund were selected randomly, and as a random sample of (100) male and female students in various faculties who did not participate in the workshop, thus the final number of the sample (200) students. After reviewing a number of previous scales and studies, the tool was prepared to measure the level of self-efficacy and reached in its initial form of (26) items. and reached the following results: enjoy the sample of research with high-efficacy expectations and therefore the students of Mosul University have high efficacy expectations, there is no significant difference in the level of efficacy expectations between males and females. There is a difference between the participants in the workshops and the non-participants in the workshops and for the benefit of the students participating in the workshops, i.e. the workshops in which the students participate have a positive impact in raising the level of expectations of Self-efficacy of the participants. The results also showed that the workshops had a positive impact equal to both males and females.
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