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This article is a theoretical and empil#cal analysis of the construct of collective teacher e ff}'cacjz l*Trsl, a model o/" collective e/'fi'cacy was elaborated for use in schools. 7ben, an operatio~Tal measure qf colleclive teacher e./.'/'i-cacy was developed, tested, and./bund to have strong reliability and reasonable validity. Finally, using the(More)
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This analysis synthesizes existing research to discuss how teachers' practice and student learning are affected by perceptions of collective efficacy. Social cognitive theory is employed to explain that the choices teachers make—the ways in which they exercise personal agency—are strongly influenced by collective efficacy beliefs. Although empirically(More)
This course is designed for Master of Arts and/or licensure students concentrating their studies in K-4 educational administration. It examines conceptual foundations of educational administration with the aim of using theory and research to solve the problems of practice. The focus of this course is on the school as a social system with emphasis on(More)
In many fields such as city administration and facilities management, there are increasing requests for a Geographic Information Systein (GIs) that provides automated mapping functions to users. Especially , some mechanism for displaying 3D views of an urban scene is eagerly expected because it allows construction of an intuitive and understandable(More)
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