This article suggests practical solutions to improve the self-efficacy of learners. By determining the beliefs a person holds regarding his or her power to affect situations, it is strongly influence both the power a person actually has to face challenges competently and the choices a person is most likely to make. Children’s beliefs about their ability to master a situation are influenced by what they hear from their teachers, parents, coaches, and friends. Children who receive strong messages that they have the skills and capabilities to handle a situation are more likely to put in greater effort and to persist in the face of setback. This article present strategies such as using peers as role models, teaching specific learning strategies, presenting the students with options and choices, communicating recent success, and more. These tactics can strengthen learners’ beliefs in their academic abilities and increase their willingness to engage in academic tasks.