Psychological Theories of Educational Engagement: A Multi-Method Approach to Studying Individual Engagement and Institutional Change
As teachers, administrators, scholars, and practitioners, one critical issue we face in the academic world is how to foster the academic success and psychological well-being of future generations of teachers, scholars, and practitioners. In some cases, even the most well-prepared and academically motivated students enter law school with the drive and ability to succeed, but along the way, may encounter difficulties that interfere with their potential success in law school and beyond. What are the barriers to engagement, academic success and psychological well-being that impede some students? How might we understand the process of engagement and investment in legal education, particularly for students who have been historically Assistant Professor of Psychology at Stony Brook University. Professor of Psychology and Chair of the Psychology Department at Columbia University.
Bonita London, Geraldine Downey, and Shauna Mace,
Psychological Theories of Educational Engagement: A Multi-Method Approach to Studying Individual Engagement and Institutional Change,
60 Vanderbilt Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu/vlr/vol60/iss2/7