What’s Wrong With The Education System: Educational Efficacy

Educational Efficacy – A Personal Story The Efficacy Effect (Sarah Cordiner) is a concept that illustrates how and to what extent people can influence results through their belief in their ability to control various life events. Our everyday experiences – indeed, our entire life path – can be influenced by our perceived ability or inability to succeed in any given activity, despite what our actual ability may be. Our existing belief systems, and subsequent behaviour patterns, have been sculpted via an array of influences. These can include your own evaluation of your past successes and failures, watching others who are similar to you succeed or fail, things people have said to you, your emotions and your personal characteristics. These perceptions are the result of our past experiences, environment, culture and social groups, and often exclude a factual analysis of our real abilities.

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