Helena Seli, PhD has a doctorate in educational psychology. At the USC Rossier School of Education, she teaches courses that guide students in implementing learning and motivation theory and principles to solve problems of practice. Her research interests include effective implementation of educational technology, enhancing motivation of all learners in different learning environments and promoting self-regulation to optimize learning and performance outcomes. Along with Myron H. Dembo, PhD, she is the author of “Motivation and Learning Strategies for College Success: A Focus on Self-Regulated Learning” (4th edition) (Taylor and Francis, 2019).
Academic self-regulation, learning strategies, motivation, self-worth protection, possible selves of college students, use of technology in academic settings