Titel: Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning Vol. 2 (Hc)
Autor/en: Janet M. Graber
HC gerader Rücken kaschiert.
Herausgegeben von Dennis Mcinerney
Information Age Publishing
1. Januar 2004 - gebunden - 396 Seiten
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".
Foreword, Martin L Maehr, University of Michigan. The self-concept research in the East: Promise, problems, and prospects, David Yun Dai, Central Missouri State University. Translation issues in cross-cultural research, Teresa Garcia, Senior Research Analyst, American Institutes for Research. Person-environment fit in Higher Education: How good is the fit for indigeneous students?, Gerard Fogarty, University of Southern Queensland. The social construction of interest in a learning community, Kimberley Pressick-Kilborn & Richard A. Walker, University of Sydney. Motivation to improve adult education in under-educated adults in rural communities, Eric M. Anderman, Jane Jensen, and Diana Haleman, The University of Kentucky. Ethnic identity and the sociocultural playing field: Choices made by ethnically mixed adolescents in Hawaii, William L. Greene, Southern Oregon University. Persistence and learning: Implications for the global society in the Twenty-First Century, Priscilla Mary Anne Blinco, Stanford University. African American teachers for African American students: An appeal for representation, Oris Griffin-Howie & Doris M. Martin, James Madison University. Cultural influences on teacher immediacy behaviors and student motivation: An American in Japan, Nanette Potee, Northeastern Illinois University. Self-schema, motivation and learning: A Cross-cultural comparison, Chi-hung Ng, Open University of Hong Kong and Peter D Renshaw, University of Queensland. Intercultural global electronic learning networks and their role in classroom pedagogy. Joanne S. Bodin, University of New Mexico. Exploring identity development from a sociocultural perspective, Pedro R. Portes, University of Louisville and Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur, Montana State University. Parental messages, the achievement environment of the home, and failure-avoidant patterns of behaviour, Ted Thompson, University of Tasmania. The social mediation of metacognition, Gregory P. Thomas, The University of Hong Kong. Raising achievement through Outward Bound? A study of the effect of an outdoor education programme on students' self perception, Beth Dunbar, University of Edinburgh. Motivation and African-American youth: Exploring some assumptions in contemporary motivation theories, Tamera Murdock, University of Missouri-Kansas City. Motivational factors influencing Native American student achievement and retention in high school, Dawn Iwamoto & Henry Radda, University of Phoenix and Dennis McInerney, University of Western Sydney. Cross-Cultural Similarities and Differences in Affective Meaning of Achievement, Farideh Salili University of Hong Kong.