The impact of Seven Steps curriculum (7steps) on self-confidence
The study aimed to determine the impact of Seven Steps curriculum (7steps) on self-confidence applying to students of the Ibn Al-Jazri Institute – Akshkala – Urfa, Turkey.
The study sample consisted of (27) male and female students aged between 12 and 15 years old. The study depended on the experimental approach for the single group.
The study tool was a self-confidence questionnaire prepared by the researcher and its validity and reliability were verified.
The study results showed statistically significant differences at the 0.05 level of significance between the mean scores of the experimental group in the pre-test and post-test attributed to the Seven Steps curriculum in favor of the post-test.
In light of the study’s results, several recommendations were proposed, including encouraging school administrations and educational institutions to implement the Seven Steps curriculum for their students.
Keywords: 7 Steps Curriculum, Self-Confidence.
Abdulaziz SELIM, Master’s Researcher at Istanbul University, Fatih, Istanbul – TÜRKİYE