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1 The Effects of Extra- Curricular Activities on Student’s Perceived Academic Self Efficacy Kathleen Helm

2 Hypothesis Students who are involved in organized afterschool activities will have a higher academic self-efficacy score then those who are not involved.

3 Morgan-Jinks Student Efficacy Scale Three dimensions of student’s self efficacy Effort Talent Context

4 EFFORT Items I work hard in school. I always get good grades when I try hard.

5 TALENT Items I am a good reading student. I am one of the best students in my class. My teacher thinks I’m smart.

6 CONTEXT Items What I learn in school is not important. No one cares if I do well in school. I will graduate from high school.

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8 Favorite After School Activities Hang out with friends Play outside with friends Video games Spend time with mom Go on the computer Reading Watch TV

9 Activity Groups Solitary – Inactive Social Active


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