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2017 WCGTC Biennial World Conference

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2.5.8 Cancelled

Self-efficacy the academic concept of self pertains to one's abilities to successfully complete a task or goal (Bandura 1997). Research into self-efficacy has previously investigated efficacy of gifted and non-gifted individuals but rarely twice-exceptional children and adolescents. The goal of this presentation is to utilise the four sources of self-efficacy (past experience, verbal persuasion, vicarious reinforcement, and physiological reactions) to create and share efficacy builders, activities known to raise self-efficacy in twice exceptional learners.

Author(s):

Claire Spicer
claire.spicer@deakin.edu.au
Deakin University
Australia

Dr Claire Spicer is an academic who specialises in working with gifted individuals. She has worked with gifted people throughout their lifespan and researches in the field of twice exceptionality; social and emotional facets of giftedness and self-efficacy.

 

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