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Investigating the Impact of Teacher Practices and Noncognitive Factors on Mathematics Achievement

Subjects: Mathematics Achievement; Student Motivation; Classroom EnvironmentProgram for International Student Assessment

  • Source: Research in Education, v108 n1 p22-45 Nov 2020. 24 pp.

  • Abstract: It is with increasing importance that mathematics education research considers the role of noncognitive motivation variables alongside elements of the classroom context in investigations of ... As Provided

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IMPROVING MASTERY OF PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING CONCEPTS THROUGH INTERDISCIPLINARY LEARNING AND INTEGRATED BUSINESS PROJECTS.

Subjects: Critical thinking; Classroom environment; Learning

  • Source: Marketing Education Review. Summer 2021, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p183-189. 7p. 1 Diagram, 3 Charts, 1 Graph.

  • Abstract: As marketing educators, we face a challenge to provide innovative and challenging learning environments that respond to student needs. The Integrated ...

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Florida's Enhancing Education through Technology (Florida EETT). Leveraging Laptops: Effective Models for Enhancing Student Achievement. 2006-2007 Evaluation Report: Classroom Practices

Subjects: Computer Uses in Education; Active Learning; Program EffectivenessFlorida

  • Source: Center for Research in Educational Policy (CREP). 33 pp.

  • Abstract: This report summarizes the 2006-2007 evaluation that was focused toward investigating one primary question: What changes in tool-based, student-centered teaching ... As Provided

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Don't Waste a Crisis: COVID-19 and Marketing Students' Self-Regulated Learning in the Online Environment.

Subjects: *COVID-19 pandemic; Self-determination theory; Classroom environment

  • Source: Journal of Marketing Education. Aug2022, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p285-307. 23p.

  • Abstract: This research examines the extent to which a crisis situation, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, affects marketing students' self-regulated learning (SRL) ...

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Absent Presences: The Recognition of Social Class and Gender Dimensions within Peer Assessment Interactions

Subjects: Cooperative Learning; Foreign Countries; ObservationUnited Kingdom (Scotland)

  • Source: British Educational Research Journal, v38 n5 p731-748 2012. 18 pp.

  • Abstract: This article focuses on the discursive characteristics of peer assessment interactions, drawing upon recent research into formative assessmentAs Provided

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Research on the Application of Blended Teaching Mode with "Deep Learning" Orientation.

Subjects: *Personal finance; *Information resources; Deep learningJiangsu Sheng (China)

  • Source: Security & Communication Networks. 7/14/2022, p1-7. 7p.

  • Abstract: When combined with deep learning theory and blended learning characteristics, the author develops a blended teaching mode ...

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The Role of the Extended Project Qualification in Developing Self-Regulated Learners: Exploring Students' and Teachers' Experiences

Subjects: Metacognition; Predictor Variables; Academic AchievementUnited Kingdom (England)

  • Source: Curriculum Journal, v30 n4 p392-421 2019. 30 pp.

  • Abstract: Self-regulated learning (SRL) -- autonomously planning, self-monitoring and self-reflecting on learning -- is a strong predictor of ... As Provided

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Classroom Community, Pedagogical Effectiveness, and Learning Outcomes Associated with Twitter Use in Undergraduate Marketing Courses.

Subjects: *Organizational learning; *Marketing education; Classroom environmentTwitter (Web resource)

  • Source: Journal for Advancement of Marketing Education. Jul2012, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p29-38. 10p. 3 Charts.

  • Abstract: Purpose of the Study. This study explores various outcomes associated with the incorporation of Twitter in the marketing classroom. To determine if Twitter use is ...

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SERENDIPITOUS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INFOGRAPHIC ACTIVE LEARNING EXPLORATION.

  • Source: International Journal on New Trends in Education & their Implications (IJONTE); Apr2016, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p50-60, 11p

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