Resources  - Collective Teacher Efficacy

Collective Teacher Efficacy is the collective belief of teachers in their ability to positively affect students. With an effect size of d=1.57 Collective Teacher Efficacy is strongly correlated with student achievement. Here is a quick overview of John Hattie’s “new number one” influence.

Collective Teacher Efficacy (CTE) according to John Hattie

A short video - around 3 minutes

John Hattie describes What Matters Most In Raising Student Achievement

Understanding and Fostering Collective Teacher Efficacy

February 22 - 23, 2019

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Upcoming Workshop by Dr.Jenni Donohoo

In the 1970s, Albert Bandura, a psychologist at Stanford University, uncovered an interesting pattern in working-group dynamics. He observed (1977) that a group's confidence in its abilities seemed to be associated with greater success. 

The Power of Collective Efficacy

Efficacy—or a teacher’s level of confidence about their ability—can greatly depend on past experiences or on their current school culture.

Teacher Efficacy: Why It Matters and How Administrators Can Help