Self efficacy and academic achievement across genders in middle school science
This capstone project examines the correlation between self-efficacy and achievement in middle school science classrooms, specifically looking at gender. Three main research questions were investigated. First, is there a correlation between academic self-efficacy and science achievement? Second, does gender play a role in the correlation between gender academic self-efficacy and achievement? The third question is: Is there a correlation between gender and the relationship between academic self-efficacy and achievement? The author found there to be a strong positive correlation between self-efficacy and achievement in all subgroups examined.
Hartman, Sarah K., "Self efficacy and academic achievement across genders in middle school science" (2011). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 1052.
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