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by Janet M. Graber,Dennis McInerney

Author: Janet M. Graber,Dennis McInerney
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Information Age Publishing (June 4, 2002)
Pages: 372 pages
Category: Teaching and Education
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The focus on socio-cultural context in motivation and learning is thus particularly relevant for For Indicators of Positive Development Conference March 12-13, 2003 understanding the conditions that determine whether and how help seeking is expressed (. Maehr & Pintrich, 1995; McInerney & Van Etten, 2001; Salili, Chiu & Hong, 2001; Urdan, 1999; Volet & Järvelä, 2001). Abstract Self-regulated learning concerns the application of general models of regulation and self- regulation to issues of learning especially within academic contexts.

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Sociocultural theories of learning and motivation Looking back, looking forward. learning, motivation, development, social, and cognitive texts); and (2) mainstream undergraduate and graduate courses in education and psychology.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. It is now nearly thirty years since sociocultural theories of learning created great excitement and debate amongst those concerned with learning in diverse contexts. Various sociocultural approaches to the understanding of learning (for example.

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Sector differences in student learning: Differences in achievement gains across school years and during the summer

Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing. Bempechat, . Boulay, B. Piergross, . & Wenk, K. (2008). Beyond the rhetoric: Understanding achievement and motivation in Catholic school students. Education and Urban Society, 40, 167–178. Sector differences in student learning: Differences in achievement gains across school years and during the summer. Catholic Education: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice, 7, 219–245. Cauthen, N. & Fass, S.

Socio-cultural factors have come to bear heavily on effective English use . This paper draws attention to such influences and elements affecting th.

Socio-cultural factors have come to bear heavily on effective English use of most Nigerian undergraduates. Consequently, challenges abound in the teaching and learning of English in Nigeria. This paper draws attention to such influences and elements affecting the communication process.

Sociocultural theories of learning and motivation looking back, looking forward, Published: (2011). Activating the desire to learn by: Sullo, Robert . 1951- Published: (2007). Motivation in learning contexts theoretical and methodological implications, Published: (2001). Culture, motivation and learning a multicultural perspective, Published: (2008). What the West can learn from the East Asian perspectives on the psychology of learning and motivation, Published: (2008).

Sociocultural Perspectives of Learning Low achievement and motivation by peers affect an individual’s academic motivation more in elementary school than in high school, more in learning.

Sociocultural Perspectives of Learning. 13. Learning Communities. 14. Communities of Innovation. 15. Motivation Theories and Instructional Design. 16. Motivation Theories on Learning. The most common version of the behavioral perspective on motivation is the theory of operant conditioning associated with B. F. Skinner (1938, 1957). Low achievement and motivation by peers affect an individual’s academic motivation more in elementary school than in high school, more in learning mathematics than learning to read, and more if there is a wide range of abilities in a classroom than if there is a more narrow range (Burke & Sass, 2006).

An examination of research on sociocultural influences on motivation and learning. The essays are divided into three sections which address: Focus on Identity; Focus on Families and Communities; and Focus on Methods.