Do your students lack confidence in their abilities; think that they will always do as well or as poorly as they have done in the past; give up easily when they encounter obstacles; or simply feel that they cannot learn the course content or succeed in school, sports, or arts? Self-efficacy instruction can help. Self-efficacy helps students persist through challenging tasks and builds their confidence in overcoming difficulties academically, emotionally, and in their extracurricular endeavors. During this one-hour webinar, you will learn instructional activities to build and support self-efficacy. These include how to help students reframe negative self-talk, strategies to help students manage their physiological feedback caused by emotional reactions, and how to view mistakes as opportunities to learn.