The study aimed to investigate the impact of active education strategies on developing self-efficacy academic achievement. The number of the study members reached (59) students from the seventh primary grade. They were chosen from the seventh primary grade students. To achieve the goals of the study, a measure was used in the subjective effectiveness, and an achievement test in the subject of Islamic education. The results of the study revealed the presence of statistically significant differences between the results of students in the two groups in the study of self-efficacy and academic achievement, in favor of the experimental group. This study concluded with a number of proposals calling for concern to employ active learning strategies in the various subjects.
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