Often, students in Secure Care Facilities tend to think negatively about themselves and their abilities. At times, they lack the belief that they can be successful once they reenter public schools or post- secondary opportunities. Do your students lack the confidence they need to take on academic challenges? Self-efficacy instruction can help. Instruction and practice of self-efficacy can increase students’ belief in their ability to learn new concepts, accept mistakes as opportunities to learn, and manage their emotional reactions to situations. During this one-hour webinar, you will learn how to help students in adverse situations learn to reframe their negative self-talk and view mistakes as opportunities to learn.