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Title: 國中學生自我效能、集體效能與學業成就之相關研究
Other Titles: The Relationships among Self-Efficacy, Collective Efficacy, and Academic Performance of Middle School Students
Authors: 何麗君
Contributors: 黃德祥
Li-Chun Ho
Keywords: 自我效能;集體效能;學業成就
Self-Efficacy;Collective Efficacy;Academic Performance
Date: 2005
Issue Date: 2010-12-03
Description: 碩士
Abstract: 本研究之主要目的在探討國中學生不同背景變項在自我效能、集體效能間的差異情形;分析國中學生自我效能、班級集體效能與學業成就的相關情形;探討自我效能與集體效能對學業成就之預測作用;最後建構一個由學生自我效能、集體效能、學業成就等各變項形成之路徑圖,並以實證性資料驗證其適配情形。
The main purposes of this study were to explore the relationships among self-efficacy, collective efficacy, and academic performance of middle school students.
A total of 1,509 students, randomly selected from public middle schools in central Taiwan, responded to a set of instruments including Self-Efficacy Scale and Collective Efficacy Scale. The statistics methods used to analyze the data were descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, product-moment correlation, multiple-regression analysis,and stepwise regression analysis.
The main findings of the study were summarized as follows:
1. There were significant differences in students’ self-efficacy concerning all background variables.
2. There were significant difference in students’ collective efficacy with respect to grade, county, studious level, and achievement level.
3. According to the outcome of multiple regression analysis, students’ self-efficacy could predict their academic performance.
4. According to the outcome of multiple regression analysis, students’ collective efficacy could predict their academic performance.
5. There were significant correlations between self-efficacy and collective efficacy.
6. Based on the result of stepwise regression analysis, self-efficacy and collective efficacy were significant predicators for students’ academic performance.
Finally, some suggestions for students, parents, teachers, and future researcher were proposed according to the results.

Keywords: Self-Efficacy; Collective Efficacy; Academic Performance.
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