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Teacher and Teaching Effects on Students' Academic Behaviors and Mindsets

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  • David Blazar
  • Matthew A. Kraft

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A growing body of evidence has identified a range of academic behaviors and mindsets other than test scores as important contributors to children’s long-term success. The authors extend a complementary line of research focusing on the role that teachers play in developing these outcomes.

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  • David Blazar & Matthew A. Kraft, 2015. "Teacher and Teaching Effects on Students' Academic Behaviors and Mindsets," Mathematica Policy Research Reports c1c4216bd08f408fb6bdf16a3, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:c1c4216bd08f408fb6bdf16a3f536b40
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    teacher effects; non-cognitive; behavior; self-efficacy; happiness; instruction;

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    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare

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