Overview : Self-Efficacy in STEM

@inproceedings{Rittmayer2009OverviewS,
  title={Overview : Self-Efficacy in STEM},
  author={Ashley D. Rittmayer and Margaret E. Beier},
  year={2009}
}
Copyright © 2008 Page 1 of 12 A Product of SWE-AWE (www.AWEonline.org) and NAE CASEE (www.nae.edu/casee-equity) NSF Grant #01210642 and #0533520 These materials may be duplicated or adapted for educational purposes if properly credited. Rittmayer, M.A. & Beier, M.E. (2009). Self-Efficacy in STEM. In B. Bogue & E. Cady (Eds.). Applying Research to Practice (ARP) Resources. Retrieved <Month Day, Year> from http://www.engr.psu.edu/AWE/ARPresources.aspx 
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