The Learner and The Feeling of Self-Efficacy

This article is dedicated to the memory of Albert Bandura.

In a previous article, we presented the self-efficacy theory of the psychologist Albert Bandura, a pioneer of the socio-cognitivist movement. At the heart of this theory is the feeling of self-efficacy, which Bandura considers to be a central mechanism of self-management inherent to our motivation, our achievements and our well-being. The importance of self-efficacy can be summarized by saying that if you don’t believe you have what it takes to achieve your goals, you are unlikely to succeed… More relevant than ever and used in many fields, this theory is also applied in education. Here’s what every teacher needs to know about self-efficacy in the context of learning and what they can do to foster it in their learners.

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