Teoría Social Cognitiva y Teoría de Retención de Vincent Tinto: Marco Teórico para el estudio y medición de la auto-eficacia académica en estudiantes universitarios
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Estudiantes universitarios
auto-eficacia académica
retención
consejería universitaria

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England Bayrón, C. (1). Teoría Social Cognitiva y Teoría de Retención de Vincent Tinto: Marco Teórico para el estudio y medición de la auto-eficacia académica en estudiantes universitarios. Revista Griot, 5(1), 28-49. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.upr.edu/index.php/griot/article/view/1774

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Se discute el problema de la retención estudiantil a nivel universitario y se presentan competencias específicas del consejero que pueden representar implicaciones importantes para elaborar nuevas estrategias. Se presenta la Teoría de Retención de Vincent Tinto y la Teoría Social Cognitiva de Albert Bandura como marco teórico para el estudio y medición de la auto-eficacia académica. Se sugiere el constructo de la auto-eficacia académica como estrategias para la consejería preventiva y la retención estudiantil.

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