Self-Efficacy in Instructional Technology Contexts


Self-Efficacy in Instructional Technology Contexts


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Georgia Southern University faculty member Charles B. Hodges edited Self-Efficacy in Instructional Technology Contexts and co-authored a chapter titled, "Guided Reflective Journaling with Case-Based Instruction in a Dysphagia Course: Learner Self-Efficacy and Reaction."


Book Summary: This edited volume contains reports of current research, and literature reviews of research, involving self-efficacy in various instructional technology contexts. Chapter represent international perspectives across the broad areas of K-12 education, higher education, teacher self-efficacy, and learner self-efficacy to capture a diverse cross section of research on these topics. The book includes reviews of existing literature and reports of new research, thus creating a comprehensive resource for researchers and designers interested in this general topic. A system of peer review was implemented to select the work that appears in the book from a collection of author-submitted chapter proposals. The book is especially relevant to students and researchers in educational technology, instructional technology, instructional design, learning sciences, and educational psychology.

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Springer International Publishing


Cham, Switzerland

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Self-Efficacy in Instructional Technology Contexts
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