Impact of Fine Arts Curriculum on the Academic Motivation, Academic, Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulation


  • Hanan A. Al-Rasheed, Mohammad Khizal Mohamed Saat


Academic Motivation, Self-regulation, Self-Efficacy, Fine Arts Curriculum


The curriculum has a key role in developing the student’s motivation and self-efficacy. But evidence on the examination of fine arts curricula are not sufficient, particularly on individual self-determination. The current research tries to address the above issue by proposing a comprehensive framework on fine arts curriculum and students ‘academic self-efficacy, academic self-regulated, academic motivation. The three concepts academic motivation, self-efficacy, and self-regulation were extracted based on the theory of self-determination, and the theory of goal orientation. The current research gives insight to future researchers to assess the role of fine arts in shaping the cognitive psychology of individuals