Indigenous achievement in higher education and the role of self-efficacy: Rippling stories of success

Robyn Ober, Millie Olcay, John Frawley, James A Smith

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    Abstract

    Indigenous students could be better supported in their transition, participation, retention and success in higher education with an increased emphasis on emotional support. This research recommended the supplementation of existing academic support programs with equity strategies that recognise the importance of community and family engagement, a sense of belonging and identity, and the development of self-efficacy amongst Indigenous students.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationDarwin, Australia
    PublisherCharles Darwin University
    Commissioning bodyNational Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education
    Number of pages31
    Publication statusPublished - May 2017

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