- Hilda Borko
Hilda Borko (1949- ) is an educational psychologist who researches teacher cognition and changes in novice and experienced teachers' knowledge and beliefs. Her work has identified factors that affect teachers' learning of reform-based practices. She is chair of the educational psychology program area in the school of education at the University of Colorado, and is a former president of the
American Educational Research Association. Her university education (PhD 1978, MA 1973, BA 1971) was completed at the University of California.
* [http://education.colorado.edu/people/borko/ Hilda Borko bio]
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