Professor and former Vice Dean at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, Senior Research Advisor of Research at Panorama Education
Hunter Gehlbach is a Professor and the former Vice Dean at the Johns Hopkins School of Education as well as the Senior Research Advisor of Research at Panorama Education. An educational psychologist by training and a social psychologist at heart, his primary interests lie in improving the social climate of schools, bolstering students’ motivation, and enhancing adolescents’ self-regulatory capacities. Recently, much of his recent focus has shifted towards investigating how social psychological approaches might improve environmental education. He currently serves as an editorial board member for Educational Psychology Review and the Journal of Educational Psychology. A former high school teacher and coach, Gehlbach taught at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education from 2006-2015, before joining the faculty at UCSB from 2015-2019, before joining the faculty at Johns Hopkins in 2019.
Educational Psychology, Environmental Education, Survey/Questionnaire Design