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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).
Mental barriersFinancial barriers Learning design barriers Information barriers
(Laal, 2011, p.614)Barriers to lifelong learning
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)
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
E-learning and lifelong learning
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