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Self-efficacy Social Cognitive Theory- A Conceptual Framework for Perceptions

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Shauna Torrington, Teacher Education

Abstract

This study explores the origin of Self-efficacy Social Cognitive Theory (SESCT) Bandura (1986,1989, 1997, 2004) and its validity as a theoretical and conceptual framework for examining perceptions in a comparative context.

Keywords:

Comparative, Perceptions, Self-efficacy, video

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Presenter email: st836513@ohio.edu

Status

Graduate

Department

Teacher Education

College

Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education

Campus

Athens

Faculty Mentor

Harrison, Lisa; Dani, Danielle

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Self-efficacy Social Cognitive Theory- A Conceptual Framework for Perceptions

This study explores the origin of Self-efficacy Social Cognitive Theory (SESCT) Bandura (1986,1989, 1997, 2004) and its validity as a theoretical and conceptual framework for examining perceptions in a comparative context.