Classroom Culture and Dynamics
The classroom is the primary laboratory for educational development and its culture and dynamics are of no small importance. This new book presents carefully selected global analyses of important issues in classroom development from emotional intelligence to information technology to presentation of learning styles and strategies and psychological motivation.
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Linking Student Behaviours and Attitudes Towards Information and Communication Technology with Learning Processes Teacher Instruction and C...
Sequential Application of Rasch Analysis and Structural Equation Modeling to Investigate Elementary School Classroom Learning Culture
The Realities and Challenges of Bringing Global Perspectives into the Classroom Through Technology
From G Factor to Multiple Intelligences Theoretical Foundations and Implications for Classroom Practice
Learning Styles A Review of the Inventories 1960s2000s and the Question of Their Actual Uses Inside and Outside of the Classroom
The Influence of Motivation on the Use of Learning Strategies in the Classroom
On the Road to CrossCultural Understanding US and Chinese Graduate Students Collaboratively Examine Technology Issues in the K12 Classroom
ConstructivistInformed Classroom Teaching The Importance and Potential of Motivation Research
Some Creative Ways to Demonstrate Complex Biochemical and Physiological Concepts In and Out of the Classroom
ability academic achievement goals activities analysis applied approach assessment attitudes and behaviours Brackett Chinese students Class-group classroom culture classroom learning culture cognitive collaboration conceptions conceptual change constructivist creative critical thinking curriculum discussion distance education Educational Psychology Educational Research effective Emotional Intelligence experience experiential factor focus Gardner Henley Management College higher education ICT learning culture improvement individual student instructional interaction Internet intrinsic motivation Journal of Educational knowledge latent variables learners learning environments learning process learning strategies learning style inventories logits measurement Moodle multiple intelligences Nova Science Publishers outcomes participants perceived performance perspectives Pintrich postsecondary practice presented programs psychometric Rasch relationships role Ryan Salovey scale scenarios schoolwork Science Education self-efficacy self-handicapping self-regulated learning sessions situational interest skills social presence Sternberg structural structural equation modeling student learning technology acceptance model theory triarchic U.S. students videoconferencing