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Data from the project: Efficacy beliefs in a project-based learning setting

Western Sydney University
Dr Jose Hanham (Associated with, Aggregated by)
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https://doi.org/10.26183/5d08864d08ff1

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j.hanham@westernsydney.edu.au
Western Sydney University

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Social Cognitive Theory was used to investigate group work in a secondary school that specialises in project-based learning. The main goal was to investigate how self and proxy-efficacy of individuals are related to collective efficacy and performance of groups in a project-based learning context.

Survey data was collected in electronic format via Google Docs and inputted to Excel, SPSS, and MPlus for analysis.

The data available has been de-identified as per ethics approval.

In the Attachments section of this record, the data files are included in a Zip download and are accompanied by a Data Description ReadMe file which provides an explanation of the applicable parameters and column headers.

Created: 05 06 2019

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