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Student perceptions in the classroom

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Published by L. Erlbaum in Hillsdale, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Students -- Self-rating of -- United States.,
    • Students -- United States -- Attitudes.,
    • Motivation in education.,
    • Learning, Psychology of.,
    • Academic achievement -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

      Statementedited by Dale H. Schunk, Judith L. Meece.
      ContributionsSchunk, Dale H., Meece, Judith L.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB1117 .S84 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 363 p. ;
      Number of Pages363
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1549624M
      ISBN 100805809813, 0805809821
      LC Control Number91029235

      but classroom dynamics as well. For Saint Paul Public Schools (), the district reported an enrollment of 19, elementary level pupils for the school year. These diverse students’ backgrounds consisted of: % American Indian, % Asian, % Hispanic, % Black, and % White. Seventy-two percent of.   Introduction. Learning environment has been defined as everything that is happening in the classroom or department, faculty, or university.1 Learning environment refers to the diverse physical locations, contexts, and cultures in which students learn. The term encompasses the culture of a school or class and its presiding ethos and characteristics, including how students interact with and.

      classroom, they need to know whether the implementation of good and effective teaching initiatives and strategies used are well received by the students. It is, therefore, necessary to analyse university students’ perceptions of what makes a good university lecturer. Get this from a library! Student Perceptions of Instructional Use of Humor in the Online Classroom. [Jackie S Scarborough; Regent University. School of Psychology & Counseling,] -- The purpose of this study was to examine behaviors inherent in the instructional use of humor from the student's perspective in an online university. The humor-learning relationship, communication of.

      University Students' Perceptions of Personal Mobile Devices in the Classroom and Policies: /ch This chapter discussed the results of a study that explored students' perceptions of personal mobile devices in the classroom and suggestions for policies. the perceptions of general and special educators regarding their work in inclusive coteaching environments and how their perceptions influenced teaching methods and student learning in the inclusion classroom. Data collection consisted of interviews and observations with a purposeful sample of 8 general and 3 special education teachers.


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Student Perceptions in the Classroom book. Student Perceptions in the Classroom. DOI link for Student Perceptions in the Classroom. Student Perceptions in the Classroom book. Edited By Dale H. Schunk, Judith L. Meece. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 October Cited by:   Student Perceptions in the Classroom [Schunk, Dale H., Meece, Judith L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Student Perceptions in the ClassroomPrice: $ Student perceptions are thoughts, beliefs, and feelings about persons, situations, and events. A book devoted to student perceptions underscores the importance of the topic in current educational theory and research.

Such a book would have been less likely in the past when research was based largely on behavioral theories emphasizing. This book's two primary objectives are to present theory and research on the role of learners' achievement-related perceptions in educational contexts and to discuss the implications of this research for educational practices.

Although contributors share the view that students' perceptions Pages: Table of Contents. Contents: Part I:Issues in the Study of Student Perceptions.

D.H. Schunk, Theory and Research on Student Perceptions in the Classroom.A. Assor, J.P. Connell, The Validity of Students' Self-Reports as Measures of Performance Affecting II:Social Student perceptions in the classroom book.

T.J. Berndt, K. Keefe, Friends' Influence on Adolescents' Perceptions of Themselves at. This book's two primary objectives are to present theory and research on the role of learners' achievement-related perceptions in educational contexts and to discuss the implications of this research for educational practices.

Although contributors share the view that students' perceptions exert important effects in achievement settings, they differ in diverse ways including their theoretical. Teachers should realize that their perceptions—and misperceptions—can positively or negatively shape their expectations for students.

This, in turn, can influence students’ performance in the classroom. As research has shown, when teachers have high expectations, students are more likely to demonstrate high academic achievement. Investigated student perceptions of individual classroom attributes and their correlations.

• Analyzed perceptions of classroom attributes are related to student evaluations of different conditions. • Assessed variances in student perceptions resulting from the non-classroom by:   This item: Understanding Poverty in the Classroom: Changing Perceptions for Student Success by.

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The ability for a teacher to engage all students in active learning processes in classroom constitutes a crucial prerequisite for enhancing students achievement. Buy Student Perceptions in the Classroom 1 by Schunk, Dale H., Meece, Judith L.

(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Format: Hardcover. Contents: Part I:Issues in the Study of Student Perceptions.

D.H. Schunk, Theory and Research on Student Perceptions in the Classroom. Assor, J.P. Connell, The Validity of Students' Self-Reports as Measures of Performance Affecting Self-Appraisals.

Part II:Social Perceptions. Barry J. Fraser, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Associations between Student Outcomes and Climate. Numerous research programs have shown that student perceptions account for appreciable amounts of variance in learning outcomes, often beyond that attributable to background student characteristics.

Sign in - Google Accounts - Google Classroom. This chapter investigates primary school students' perceptions regarding the use of games on mobile devices (i.e., smartphone, tablet) in classroom environment for teaching purposes.

Data was collected f students (Grades 4, 5, and 6) using a survey questionnaire. A series of semi-structure Author: George Koutromanos. The purpose of this study is to gain more insight into lower secondary students’ perceptions of when and how they find classroom feedback useful.

This article draws on data generated through individual interviews with 11 students representing four lower secondary schools (grades 8–10, aged 13–15) in.

The following activities from the CRE Curriculum materials developed by the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management can provide you and your students with fun and interactive ways to look at perception and perspective taking.

This frees up classroom time that had previously been used for lecturing. Students in three high school math classrooms where instruction was “flipped” were surveyed to examine their perceptions of the Flipped Classroom and to assess the role social media, educational technology, mastery learning, and self-pacing played in.

Goldman () recommended the way that learning of students can be improved by the classroom assessment. Few researches are conducted on teachers’ perception about their assessment practices and assessment skills. The purpose of current study is to investigate teachers’ perceptions about the use of formative, summative and diagnostic.

POWER IN THE CLASSROOM I: TEACHER AND STUDENT PERCEPTIONS Reward Power. A teacher's reward power is based on a student's perception of the degree to which the teacher is in a position to provide reward to her/him for complying with the teacher's influence attempt.

Such rewards may involve providing. (). Student perceptions of classroom feedback. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice: Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. teaching in 21st century: students-teachers’ perceptions of technology use in the classroom Article (PDF Available) October with 7, Reads How we measure 'reads'.Student perceptions of the benefits of in-class use of mobile devices in turn, are posited to depend on the academic preparation afforded by use of such devices, student perception of instructor attitudes, and the students’ desire to use mobile devices in class.

As a null hypothesis.