Self-efficacy is a term used in psychology, roughly corresponding to a person's belief in their own competence. It has been defined as the belief that one is capable of performing in a certain manner to attain a certain set of goals. It is believed that our personalized ideas of self-efficacy affect our social interactions in almost every way. Understanding how to foster the development of self-efficacy is a vitally important goal for positive psychology because it can lead to living a more productive and happy life. Teacher Self efficacy is a teacher’s willingness to take responsibility for student successes and failures. In general, teacher efficacy is a teacher’s belief that he or she can influence how well students learn; even those students considered to be difficult or appear to lack motivation . Teacher efficacy refers to the “teachers’ perceptions that they have the skills and ability to help students learn, are competent in building effective programs for students, and can effect changes in student learning”. Teachers have to endure whether they are able to positively impact students and how well students progress academically.