Resources  - Collective Teacher Efficacy

Collective Teacher Efficacy (CTE) according to John Hattie

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.

John Hattie describes What Matters Most In Raising Student Achievement

A short video - around 3 minutes

Upcoming Workshop by Dr.Jenni Donohoo

Understanding and Fostering Collective Teacher Efficacy

February 22 - 23, 2019

Chiang Mai, Thailand

The Power of Collective Efficacy

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. 

Teacher Efficacy: Why It Matters and How Administrators Can Help

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