Exploring How Engineering Faculty, Graduates, and Undergraduates Evaluate Hidden Curriculum via Emotions and Self-Efficacy
Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association.
Salt Lake City, UT
NSF, Division of Engineering Education and Centers (EEC) 1653140
NSF, Division of Engineering Education and Centers (EEC)
This study explored the emotions and self-efficacy self-reported by 248 engineering undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty when reading and learning about hidden curriculum. Findings point to the need to develop customized interventions to help diverse populations navigate their engineering cultures.
I. Villanueva, M. Di Stefano, L. Gelles, & K. Youmans. Exploring how engineering faculty, graduates, and undergraduates evaluate hidden curriculum via emotions and self-efficacy. (2018) Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association Conference, October 17-19. Salt Lake City, UT.