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Nastava i vaspitanje
2014, vol. 63, br. 1, str. 121-134
jezik rada: srpski
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Procena samoefikasnosti i uspeh studenata u učenju engleskog jezika
Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, Filozofski fakultet

e-adresa: jagoda.topalov@gmail.com, radic.bojanic@gmail.com

Projekat

Jezici i kulture u vremenu i prostoru (MPNTR - 178002)

Sažetak

Samoefikasnost se odnosi na svest koju pojedinac ima o sopstvenoj moći da započne i dovrši određene zadatke. Ta svest će uticati na ponašanje i na afektivna stanja pojedinca tako što će uticati na izbor zadataka i problema kojima će pojedinac pristupiti, na veru u uspešnost, kao i na istrajnost prilikom rešavanja zadatka. Rezultati brojnih istraživanja svedoče u prilog povezanosti između vere učenika u sebe i odgovarajuće sposobnosti, i uspeha koji postižu u učionici, ali mali broj istraživanja ispituje ove faktore u okviru učenja stranog jezika. U radu su prikazani rezultati istraživanja usmerenog na ispitivanje samoefikasnosti kao faktora postignuća u učenju engleskog jezika. Cilj istraživanja bio je da se utvrdi da li postoji povezanost između stepena samoefikasnosti studenata i njihovog uspeha u učenju engleskog jezika. Ispitanike u istraživanju činili su studenti koji su pohađali kurs engleskog jezika kao izbornog predmeta (N=87). Podaci o ispitivanoj varijabli prikupljeni su u dva navrata, pre i nakon testiranja znanja engleskog jezika. Merni instrument predstavlja verziju upitnika CASES (College Academic Self-Efficacy Scale) koji je prerađen da bi se ispitala samoefikasnost u učenju engleskog jezika. Ustanovljena je povezanost između uspeha u učenju engleskog jezika i procene samoefikasnosti nakon testiranja znanja. U skladu s tim, prethodno vlastito iskustvo ispitanika javlja se kao značajan prediktor poverenja ispitanika u vlastite sposobnosti. Rezultati istraživanja su sagledani i iz ugla praktičnih implikacija po nastavnu praksu.

Ključne reči

samoefikasnost; akademska samoefikasnost; očekivanja vezana za ishod; uspeh u učenju engleskog jezika

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