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The study aims at investigating the effect of using Performance-based assessment Strategies on tenth-grade students’ Achievement and self-efficacy in Jordan; in order to achieve that goal, a performance-based assessment strategy has been applied to (72 students in Al-Zarqa city) representing a sample of (35 students) in which the performance-based assessment strategy was applied to evaluate students’ performance assignments, and a population of (37 students) have been typically evaluated. The study took (8) weeks, (5) hours per week. The academic final result test and self-efficacy measure were applied after the completion of the study. The findings of the study have proved a statistical significance between the mathematical averages in the outcome test, and the measure of overall self-efficacy and each of its dimensions in favor of the experimental group.
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