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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.
Social psychology Self-concept Self-efficacy Teaching Learning Psychology, Applied Education Universities and colleges Classroom environment
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