What strategy is most useful in promoting self-efficacy in educators and in learners?
Dr. Pamela R. Moran has served as the Superintendent of Albemarle County Public Schools since January 2006. Pam has provided 40 years of public education service in Virginia, beginning as a middle school science teacher in Orange County in 1975. From 2009 until 2011 she served on various committees and as an Officer in the Virginia Association of School Superintendents before being elected as the President of VASS in 2012. Pam holds a B.S. in Biology from Furman University and Master’s and Doctoral degrees from the University of Virginia.
Two researchers share approaches to boosting self-efficacy
By Rhonda Bondie and David Dockterman
Provide Quality Criteria to Help Students Reflect on their Performance
Track Progress and Foster a Culture that Rewards Growth and Effort
About the Researcher
Rhonda Bondie and David Dockterman
Rhonda Bondie is lecturer on education in several programs including the Harvard Teacher Fellows (HTF) program. Throughout her career, she has focused on ensuring all learners are valued, engaged, and stretched in inclusive classrooms. Rhonda began teaching as an artist-in-residence and then spent over 20 years in urban public schools as both a special and general educator. See full bio.
David Dockterman is a lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and an expert at putting education research into practice. His work currently focuses on how technology can support personalized learning for individuals and groups. He has designed dozens of award-winning educational computer programs. See full bio