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The self-efficacy of the university professor

The self-efficacy of the university professor and his role in reducing the mental stray in the student
Prof. Fadel Mohsen Yousef Al-Mayali University of Kufa / College of Education
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Social Cognitive Theory assumes a three-tiered system of mutual influences of cognitive determinants. There is no advantage to one side at the expense of another. This system, Albert Pandora calls reciprocal determinism, views the human function and the central role of cognitive and alternative processes and processes of organization. Self-organizing and self-reflection, in the adaptation and change of the human being, which is perceived as self-organization as an effective and tidy self rather than as an object emanating reactions to the environmental force that constitutes the behavior or internal trends that motivate those reactions … The concept of mutual determinism It is formed by personal factors (cognitive, emotional, biological events), behavior, and environmental influences, which interact and produce in the above triadic reciprocally and the nature of the reciprocal determinants of human function in social cognitive theory make them possible in bass therapy and counseling. Strategies aimed at improving emotional, cognitive and motivational processes that increase behavioral competence and change the social conditions in which people live and work. At school, for example, teachers face the challenge of improving academic learning and addressing problems such as mental straying. The self-efficacy of the university professor is his beliefs about his ability to have a positive impact in the learning of his students; perception of personal power depends on the function of self-organization, which affects the assessment of their abilities and contribute to achieve a certain level of performance, which contributes to control the situation and what happens in it Thus, self-efficacy affects the behavior manifested in these situations. Absent mindedness refers to the lack of mental presence and lack of attention … during the lecture, participation in school activities, or during The lack of self-regulation, which is an important goal in the activation of learning when students. Reasons: There are direct reasons for this situation related to mental and psychological reality Individual, indirect circumstances related to social reality, and the academic position of students in particular; which includes several aspects consisting of: Professor Method of teaching Students curriculum: The special psychological problem that may result in suffering and effects … A sense of not satisfying the needs … A sense of emotional deprivation … the feeling of helplessness and weakness … psychological emptiness … deformation concept of self … a sense of inferiority and inferiority … mental problem related to attention and hyperactivity … irregular knowledge … 4. Stress or extreme fatigue … 5. Decrease in motivation … 6. Other students may help to mental stray … Professor: Use of difficult vocabulary in the lecture … The incompatibility of cognitive content … The way the teacher think, culture and vision … Character characteristics / responsibility. Seriousness …. Lack of organization of the lecture … Method of teaching: the traditional teaching method … Delivering information only … There is no diversity … Free of ideas … There is no participation of students … Student passive recipient .. Curriculum: Vagueness of the topic … The abundance of terms and concepts … Not to use the means of illustration … Blurry objectives … Lack of applied side …

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