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Addressing Challenges Latinos/as Encounter with the LIBRE Problem-Solving Model

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Norma S. Guerra

Written for educators and professionals, this book examines the cultural challenges Latinos/as encounter as they move from one social setting to the next. Problem solving is presented as a skill, strategy, and protective factor in the development of resiliency and self-efficacy. This solution-oriented approach facilitates Latino/a personal and professional development in processing the unexpected. The book introduces the LIBRE Model problem-solving activity as the tool to negotiate positive change by (1) affirming cultural competency, (2) supporting self-regulated decision making, (3) monitoring self-engagement styles, and (4) developing resiliency toward smoother transitions. The goal is to provide the reader with partnering tools that will empower Latino/a engagement, personal management, and  active self-agency in managing decisions, challenges, and choices.
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Chapter 8. A Closer Look at College Students: Self-Efficacy and Goal Orientation

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A CLOSER LOOK AT COLLEGE STUDENTS

Self-Efficacy and Goal Orientation

Peggy (Pei-Hsuan) Hsieh, Jeremy R. Sullivan, Norma S. Guerra

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