BUILDING CONFIDENCE: THE IMPACT OF LEARNING STRATEGIES ON SELF-EFFICACY AND ACADEMIC MOTIVATION IN CHENNAI'S ARTS AND SCIENCE STUDENTS

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  • Ms. Janifa D, Dr. A. GokulaKrishnan Author

Abstract

This study investigates the relationship between learning strategies, self-efficacy, and academic motivation among Arts and Science students in Chennai, India. The research explores how effectively employing specific learning strategies can influence students' self-belief in their academic abilities (self-efficacy) and their overall drive to succeed (academic motivation). The focus on Chennai's student population provides a specific context to explore these connections within the Indian education system. By understanding these relationships, educators can design interventions that equip students with valuable learning tools, fostering a sense of confidence and a stronger motivation to excel academically.Top of Form The findings reveal significant correlations between specific learning strategies and both self-efficacy and academic motivation. Results suggest that certain learning approaches, such as active learning techniques and goal setting, positively influence students' beliefs in their abilities and their drive to excel academically. Additionally, the study highlights the importance of tailored educational interventions to enhance students' confidence and motivation, thereby promoting academic success.

 

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Published

2024-06-16

How to Cite

BUILDING CONFIDENCE: THE IMPACT OF LEARNING STRATEGIES ON SELF-EFFICACY AND ACADEMIC MOTIVATION IN CHENNAI’S ARTS AND SCIENCE STUDENTS. (2024). International Development Planning Review, 23(1), 2328-2340. https://idpr.org.uk/index.php/idpr/article/view/314