Modul Pelatihan Academic Self-Efficacy dalam Presentasi dan Public Speaking

Juliati Ardhi Santoso

Abstract


This article is intended to explain the development of the self-efficacy degree of the students at Maranatha Christian University, Bandung in giving presentation and public
speaking. The reasoning that encompasses this study was the various problems that come from the lack of the self efficacy on the students when they have to do a public speaking in
class. The training itself was an intended efforts to strengthen cognition and affection aspects of the students, based on Bandura’s (2002) theory of Academic Self Efficacy. Previously, this training module has been tried out on the students of the Faculty of Psychology, Maranatha Christian University. The result that comes from that try out: after participating in Academic
Self Efficacy training, the degree of the student’s self efficacy has risen on the majority of the training participant. Academic Self Efficacy training encouraged the participant to integrate
their experience, to know, and understand their mastery experience, vicarious experience, verbal persuasion, and psychological and effective states aspects. This process leads to the development of the self efficacy of the student participant. The rise of the self efficacy degree was identified on the development of the choice, efforts, persistence, and psychological and affective states aspect of the students. Based on the data from that training, this article advises that ASE (Academic Self-Efficacy) training is used in other Faculty to increase the self-efficacy degree of their students to make them excel more in giving presentation and public speaking.

Keywords: academic self-efficacy, self-efficacy


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