Self-Efficacy, Self-Regulated Learning, and Student Academic Achievement in The Post Pandemic Era: A literature Review

Ulya, Zuhrotul and Hernawati, Lucia and SULASTRI, AUGUSTINA Self-Efficacy, Self-Regulated Learning, and Student Academic Achievement in The Post Pandemic Era: A literature Review. Universitas Airlangga.

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Purpose: During the COVID-19 pandemic, the online learning system has been used worldwide, including in Indonesia. However, there seemed to be prolonged effects of this method, which lasted for almost two years during pandemic, to students’ motivation in learning, which affected their learning outcomes. Studies reported that during the online learning students reported to be demotivated, showed enhanced procrastination on completing tasks, and less encounter on social aspects in their academic trajectories. This situation might give negative impacts to subsequent learning processes in the post pandemic era. There have been factors that might influence students’ learning processes, particularly in the post pandemic era, both from internal and external aspect. The objective of the current article would be on tapping factors influencing students’ academic achievements, particularly on the internal psychological factors of the students. Methods: The current study used a literature review by selecting related articles using keywords: self-regulated learning, self-efficacy, academic achievement, impact of COVID-19. Literatures were searched through several online platforms. Results: Literatures being reviewed revealed evidence the impact of self-regulated learning as well as self-efficacy to students’ learning processes, which in turn influenced their academic achievements. These factors were found to be robust factors that may help students to (re)adapt to normal learning processes after the pandemic COVID-19 has subsided.Conclusions: The current study suggested that enhancing students’ self-regulated learning and self-efficacy would be the key roles on helping them cope with barriers in their academic trajectories particularly in the after-pandemic COVID-19.

Item Type: Other
Subjects: 100 Philosophy and Psychology > 150 Psychology
Depositing User: Ms Theresia Alvita Saraswati
Date Deposited: 04 Mar 2024 00:50
Last Modified: 04 Mar 2024 00:50

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