Teacher efficacy in Teaching and Teacher Education
TATE Volume 44, Number 1, ISSN 0742-051X Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
The author reviews twelve of 111 articles focusing on teacher efficacy published in Teaching and Teacher Education since 1985. The twelve articles are placed in three sections that include a) instruments, factor analyses, and cultural influences, b) participants, contexts, and teacher instruction, and c) teacher wellness. These sections offer research and studies from various teacher efficacy investigators that share insights, understandings, and interpretations. The selected TATE articles provide a plausible (expanding) sphere of growing and developing research and studies in teacher efficacy.
Kleinsasser, R.C. (2014). Teacher efficacy in Teaching and Teacher Education. Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies, 44(1), 168-179. Elsevier Ltd.
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