Bu çalışmanın amacı sosyo kültürel etkinin, öğretmenlerden ve ailelerden algılanan hedef yöneliminin, ilköğretim öğrencilerinin Fen ve Teknoloji dersindeki öz yeterlilik inançlarına olan etkisini araştırmaktır. Bu amaçla, 977 ilköğretim öğrencisine Öğrenmede Güdüsel Stratejiler Anketi, Ailelerden Algılanan Hedefler Anketi, ve Öğretmenlerden Algılanan Hedefler Anketi uygulanmıştır. Bu çalışmanın sonuçlarına göre, ailelerinden ve öğretmenlerinden Fen ve Teknoloji dersinde bireysel gelişimin önemini, yani ustalık hedeflerini algılayan öğrenciler daha yüksek öz yeterlilik inancına sahip olmaktadırlar.
This study aimed to investigate how well socio cultural influence (perceived parents’ achievement goals, and perceived teachers’ achievement goals) predict elementary students’ self efficacy in science. Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire, Perceived Parent Goal Emphases Scale, and Perceived Teacher Goal Emphases Scale were administered to 977 elementary school students. Results demonstrated that the elementary students, who perceive the importance of self improvement, perceive mastery goals, from their parents and teachers tend to have high self efficacy in science.
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