Self Efficacy

Mindfulness Therapy for Stress, Happiness and Self efficacy of Hockey Players in Schools – Copy

Ritika Verma and Vishwanand Yadav Central University of Haryana Pages:210-214 The purpose of this research is to explore the levels of affluenza and examine itsrelationship with the values of female university students. In order to assess affluenza,the affluenza Scale by Tyagi and Shyam was used, which has five subcomponents(Gasconading, Distress, Materialism, Shopaholism, Fiscal Exigency) The …

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Mindfulness Therapy for Stress, Happiness and Self efficacy of Hockey Players in Schools

Anupama, N., Gayatridevi, S. and Sudha. RAvinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women, Coimbatore Pages:301-308 Students face numerous stressors in their academic life. Having extracurricular activitiessuch as a sport sometimes becomes an added burden and adds to their stress levels.The present study attempts to identify if mindfulness interventions help in reducing thestress …

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Relationship of Self-Efficacy with Bystander Participant Roles in School Bullying

qra Mubeen Bala and Komala M.University of Mysore, Mysore Pages:28-37 Addressing bullying is essential for creating safe learning environments. Bullying is apervasive issue in Indian schools, affecting not only victims and bullies but alsoBystanders. This study focuses on participant roles in bullying dynamics, emphasizingthe crucial role of Bystanders. This exploratory study aims to examine participant …

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Virtual Learning and Self: Differences among Adolescents with and without Learning Disabilities| P 111-119

Ann Vaneza Jude, Harshini Sabarish, Khwaish Singhi, Trisha Jagan and Indhumathi RWomen’s Christian College, Chennai Page:111-119 The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in drastic changes in the education sector. Traditional offline schooling has undergone a revamp, giving rise to a virtual mode oflearning. There is a need to explore the adaptability of students to e-learning platforms. …

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Married and Unmarried Female Students of M.Ed with Reference to their Self-efficacy, Classroom Adjustment and Achievement | P 65-72

Razi faraz khan Govt MLB Arts and Commerce College, Gwalior, MP Uzma Alam Kendriya Vidhyalaya Ambha , District Morena MP Pages:65-72 A century ago, it was widely believed that higher education for women would lead tobrain fever, sterility and even death; suggesting that they could not cope with studiesat that level. It is largely believed …

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