The effect of cooperative education on change in self-efficacy among undergraduate students : Introducing work self-efficacy
Raelin, J. A., Bailey, M. B., Hamann, J., Pendleton, L. K., Raelin, J. D., Reisberg, R. and Whitman, D., 2011. The effect of cooperative education on change in self-efficacy among undergraduate students : Introducing work self-efficacy. Journal of Cooperative Education and Internships, 45 (2), pp. 17-35.
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This study examines the effect of cooperative education, controlling for contextual support and demographic characteristics, on three dimensions of self-efficacy change: work, career, and academic. Of the three forms of self-efficacy, work self-efficacy was found to be the one efficacy form impacted by cooperative education. Since self-efficacy is shaped by performance accomplishments, student success in their co-op jobs appears to enhance their confidence in performing a variety of behaviors that are particular to handling the requirements of the workplace. Change in work self-efficacy was also affected by change in students’ confidence in their career orientation. This study claims to open up the so-called black box of co-op to articulate the practices and behaviors of cooperative education that shape its contribution to the undergraduate experience.
|Creators||Raelin, J. A., Bailey, M. B., Hamann, J., Pendleton, L. K., Raelin, J. D., Reisberg, R. and Whitman, D.|
|Departments||School of Management|
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