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saed zadeh M, mohamadi Y, asadi F. The role of meta-cognitive beliefs and self-efficacy in the academic achievement of the students of Ferdows Paramedical Faculty in 2016. jmed 2018; 13 (2) :140-149
URL: http://jmed.ssu.ac.ir/article-1-881-en.html
MSc of Biostatistics, Instructor, ferdows paramedical school, Birjand University of medical sciences, Birjand, Iran , fariba.asadi3@gmail.com
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Introduction: The educational system of each society is concerned as the fundamental of its socio-economic development. Educational development is one of the important factors in evaluating educational systems. This study aims to investigate the relationship between metacognitive beliefs and self-efficiency with the students’ educational achievement of the students of Ferdows Faculty of Para-Medical Sciences in 2016
Methods: This is a descriptive study on all the faculty students. To gather data, Morgan’ and Grinkes Self-Efficiency questionnaire and Pintrich and Degroot‘Meta-Cognition and Learning Strategy Questionnaire welles and certwright Hotton were used. Data were analyzed by SPSS 18...
Result: The student’s educational self-efficiency, meta- cognitive beliefs, and educational achievement were average (85.3%). The findings show that there is a ppositive and meaningful relationship between meta-cognitive strategies and self-efficiency with educational achievements (p<0.05). A positive relationship between student’s meta-cognitive beliefs and educational self-efficiency was observed.
Conclusion: Increasing the students’ self-efficiency and meta-cognitive strategies can enhance their educational achievement.
Keywords: Meta-Cognition, Self-Efficiency, Educational achievement
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Psychology
Received: 2018/01/17 | Accepted: 2018/05/19 | Published: 2018/08/15

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