Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning, Volume 2
Dennis M. McInerney, Shawn Van Etten
IAP, 2002 - Education - 396 pages
This volume covers topics including: translation issues in cross-cultural research; African American teachers for African American students; the social mediation of metacognition; and cross-cultural similarities and differences in affective meaning of achievement.
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Ethnic Identity and the Sociocultural Playing Field Choices Made by Ethnically Mixed Adolescents in Hawaii
SelfSchema Motivation and Learning A CrossCultural Comparison
Students At Risk Exploring Identity from a Sociocultural Perspective
PersonEnvironment Fit in Higher Education How Good Is the Fit for Indigenous Students?
The Social Construction of Interest in a Learning Community
Motivation to Improve Adult Education in UnderEducated Adults in Rural Communities
Teacher Immediacy and Student Motivation
The Social Mediation of Metacognition
Motivation and AfricanAmerican Youth Exploring Assumptions Of Some Contemporary Motivation Theories
Communities Sharing Research An American Indian Case Study
CrossCultural Differences in Affective Meaning of Achievement A Semantic Differential Study
Motivation and Learning Strategies A CrossCultural Perspective
Translation Issues in CrossCultural Research Review and Recommendations
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