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Self-efficacy and online learning

Self-efficacy and lifelong learning

GDIT 711 Distance learning global leadership seminarEmtinan AlqurashiMarch 2015

Lifelong,Lifewide, Voluntary and self-motivated

Department of Education and Science, D. (Ireland). (2000).

Lifelong learning

Mental barriersFinancial barriers Learning design barriers Information barriers

(Laal, 2011, p.614)Barriers to lifelong learning

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPzwbbaWmQsYouTube video

Lifelong learningWhat people think, believe, and feel affects how they behave (Bandura, 1986, p. 25).

Learn the Arabic language independently in a web-based environment

In a scale from 0% to 100%, rate your confidence of your ability to read, write, say 30 phrases.

Five weeksThree weeksOne weekThe use of technologies in lifelong learning


Where does self-efficacy come from?Bandura, (1997)

Mastery Experiences

Vicarious ExperiencesVerbal PersuasionsEmotional States

Bates, & Khasawheh, (2007)

Previous success in online learningPre-course trainingN/AInstructor FeedbackOnline learning anxiety

Self-efficacy of online learners and motivation (Xiao, 2012)

Self-efficacy of online learners, satisfaction and academic achievement (Joo, Lim & Kim, 2013)

Self-efficacy in online learning and students satisfaction

(Kuo et al., 2014); (Puzziferro, 2008); (Lim, 2001); (Lin, Lin, and Laffey, 2008); (Artino, 2008)

What are the results of self-efficacy research in online learning?

British Council Learn EnglishYouTube link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MX-PellL00s

Website link:http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en

E-learning and lifelong learning

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