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Self-efficacy and Self-regulation 
Hawkar Omar Ali
 Department of English Language, Faculty of Education, Koya University

Abstract: Self-efficacy and self-regulation are key processes that affect students’ learning and achievement. Self-efficacy is individuals’ perceived expectations for learning and their beliefs regarding their ability to perform tasks at specified levels of complexity. Moreover, self-regulation is a systematic process of human behavior that involves setting personal goals and steering behavior toward the achievement of established goals. Further, this seminar will focus attention on their mediation and their influence on students’ performance. 

Keywords: Self-efficacy, Self-reguation

Date: 23/04/2018
Place: Faculty Of Education,Department of English Language/ Hall no.10
Caroline Yousif Daniel,
May 10, 2018, 6:59 PM