Glenda Stump

My research has focused on examining student beliefs, learning strategies, calibration of self-efficacy, and on pedagogy related to active learning. I am interested in how teacher beliefs influence pedagogical choices. I have expertise in developing instruments to measure psychological constructs, and statistical analysis of the resultant data. I was Assistant Research Professor, Arizona State University, and Associate Director of Educational Research, MIT. My role within CLIx is to help explore project impact from multiple perspectives.

  • Ph.D (2010), Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education, Arizona State University. Educational Psychology – Learning.
  • Certificate (2010), Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education, Arizona State University. Educational Technology.
  • MSN (1984), College of Nursing, Wayne State University. Health Care of Women.
  • BSN. (1977), College of Nursing, University of Pittsburgh. Nursing.
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