Self Efficacy

Self efficacy is having success in something then using that as a personal reference point for ability, and working on that to bring further success, achievement and a belief in yourself.

This will help young people understand

  • Having a belief in their abilities will help to improve resiliency
  • Using past experiences, recording them and reflecting on how they made them feel will assist skills needed in tough times and in striving to achieve 
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Lesson/Session Outline

Lesson/Session Outline 

Activities have been designed to be stand alone or run in a sequence for a 50 min lesson/session. Templates are linked below for completing the activities.

Activities include:

  1. Buzz Activity: No knot unties itself! (15 mins)
  2. Class discussion, What is self efficacy? (5 mins)
  3. Three Things worksheet (20 mins)
  4. Exploring ReachOut.com (10 mins)   

What is self talk?

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What is self awareness?


 Classroom Tips

  • Remind yourself and your students to reflect on at least one achievement everyday. Reflect on why it happened 

Next Steps

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