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Locus of control refers to the degree to which individuals perceive they are in control of the factors that affect their lives. External individuals feel they are strongly influenced by others parents, teachers, peers. Internal individuals feel they are primarily responsible for the events that happen to them. How can we provide the conditions that will stimulate students to be more motivated to learn? Many educators say it comes down to a question of locus of control. It's important to view the concept of locus of control as a continuum.
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Photo Credit: Flickr. In my former career as a mental health counselor, I encountered many clients who struggled with taking charge of their own lives. While their struggles might have differed, the idea behind helping them was almost always the same, and quite basic. In other words, help clients reach deep within to draw on their own inner strength and capacity to take charge. There are two types of locus of control: internal inside and external outside.
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Locus of control is a psychological concept that refers to how strongly people believe they have control over the situations and experiences that affect their lives. In education, locus of control typically refers to how students perceive the causes of their academic success or failure in school. For example, students with an internal locus of control might blame poor grades on their failure to study, whereas students with an external locus of control may blame an unfair teacher or test for their poor performance. Whether a student has an internal or external locus of control is thought to have a powerful effect on academic motivation, persistence, and achievement in school. Students with an external locus of control may also believe that their accomplishments will not be acknowledged or their effort will not result in success.
March 28, report. A team of researchers from the University of Bristol and AstraZeneca has found what they describe as a link between the "locus of control" LoC in adolescents and their use of tobacco and alcohol. In their paper published in Royal Society Open Science , the group describes their study of data from the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children and what they found. LoC is described by psychologists as a perception or world view by an individual—those who see themselves as mostly at the whim of others are said to have an external LoC.