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Title
Academic self-concept: models, measurement, influences and enhancements
Creator
Hattie, John
Date Created and/or Issued
2009-03-28
Publication Information
Claremont Graduate University. School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences
Contributing Institution
Claremont Colleges Library
Collection
Lectures on Applied Psychology and Evaluation Science
Rights Information
Physical rights are retained by the institution. Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. Copyright laws.
Description
Dr. John Hattie (University of Auckland) discusses meanings and measurement issues relating to academic self-concept; how it differs from self-estimate of ability, achievement self-concept, and academic self-efficacy; the relation and causal influences between academic self-concept and achievement; and the effectiveness of programs to enhance academic self-concept.
Type
moving image
Format
video/mp4
video/h264; video/quicktime
video/f4v
Identifier
http://ccdl.libraries.claremont.edu/cdm/ref/collection/lap/id/62
Language
English
Subject
Social psychology
Self-concept
Self-efficacy
Teaching
Learning
Psychology, Applied
Education
Universities and colleges
Classroom environment
Source
Original video: Digital video cassette; 60 minute DVM; recorded keynote presentation entitled “Academic Self-Concept: Models, Measurement, Influences and Enhancements” from the symposium “Enhancing Teaching and Learning: Lessons from Social Psychology” March 28, 2009
Relation
Enhancing Teaching and Learning: Lessons from Social Psychology
Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology
Claremont Graduate University Lectures on Applied Psychology and Evaluation Science

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