The Relationship between Teachers’ Efficacy and Students Attitude Towards Learning


  • Kristian Paul Lazo Isabela State University



Attitude, Instructional Strategies, Motivational Strategies, Self-efficacy


The purpose of this study is to investigate the connection that exists between students' perceptions of their professors' effectiveness and their attitudes toward the educational process. The research was conducted at four different universities, and it included 348 faculty respondents and 646 student respondents. The researchers used a customized questionnaire to collect data, and the surveys were conducted both online and in-person. A survey questionnaire was used to assess teachers' levels of efficacy, and a Likert scale was utilized to evaluate students' perspectives on the value of education. The study indicated that teachers had high levels of self-efficacy in all elements of teaching, and that students had mainly positive attitudes toward learning. However, several aspects of students' attitudes vary depending on factors such as their age, gender, the dialect spoken at home, and whether or not they had access to the internet. The study makes a number of suggestions for educational leaders or managers, institutions, teachers, and future academics to consider when formulating policies on learning and self-efficacy in the future.