Teacher Self-Efficacy: Substantive Implications and Measurement Dilemmas.

@inproceedings{Henson2001TeacherSS,
  title={Teacher Self-Efficacy: Substantive Implications and Measurement Dilemmas.},
  author={Robin K. Henson},
  year={2001}
}
Founded in social cognitive theory, teachers' self-efficacy beliefs have been repeatedly associated with positive teaching behaviors and student outcomes. However, teacher efficacy has developed a storied history regarding construct validity and measurement integrity. Study of teacher efficacy now stands on the verge of maturity, but such developmental growth will likely be contingent on development of strong theoretical models and effective instrumentation to assess theoretical constructs. The… CONTINUE READING

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