Self-theories: some implications for teaching and learning in higher education

Yorke, Mantz and Knight, Peter (2004). Self-theories: some implications for teaching and learning in higher education. Studies in Higher Education, 29(1) pp. 25–37.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/1234567032000164859

Abstract

The self-theories of students and teachers are a neglected aspect of higher education, yet are important mediators of students' development and achievement. Theoretical considerations and empirical findings are brought to bear on the implications of self-theories for student development, and for the development of academic staff.

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