Does typing practice promot self-efficacy?
Hi! Yes it does. Self-efficacy builds confidence in a developing skill. Albert Bandura, a Canadian-American psychologist, showed the key influences on a learner’s changing beliefs about their abilities: a sense of mastery from the experience of performing the task, watching others perform the task and learning from models, encouragement (and discouragement) from external sources, especially those significant to the learner, and emotional and physical feelings during the task.