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Title: Does School Experience Kill Confidence? Chosen Aspects of Students’ Feelings and Beliefs about Themselves over a Number of Years of Education
Authors: Glinka, Karolina
Keywords: education; school experience; stress; anxiety; self-confidence; self-efficacy
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: "The New Educational Review" Vol. 59, iss. 1 (2020), s. 138-146
Abstract: achievements and mental health. Experiencing stress and anxiety is common for young people of school age from all over the world. Previous experiences have significant influence on children’s self-efficacy and their self-confidence. Students’ school experiences are the main subject of this text. This article presents results of longitudinal studies among children from primary school. In 2016 a questionnaire was distributed among children in 2nd and 3rd grade (N=82). In 2019 the same survey was conducted among the same children in 4th and 5th grade (N=82). After several years of education students declare higher levels of stress and anxiety and lower levels of self-confidence and beliefs in their abilities in situations when they are evaluated at the board. Results of the research disclose a disquieting tendency in school experience.
DOI: 10.15804/tner.2020.59.1.11
ISSN: 1732-6729
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