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Effect of Scratch Programming Language (SPL) on Achievement in Geometry among Senior Secondary Students in Ibadan, Nigeria

Adetunmbi Laolu Akinyemi, Tomi Ogundipe, Owolabi Paul Adelana
2021 Journal of ICT in Education  
In view of this, this study determined the effect of scratch programming language (SPL) on achievement in Geometry among senior secondary one (SS 1) students in Ibadan North Local Government Area of Oyo  ...  Gender also had a significant main effect on students' achievement in Geometry (F(1, 111) = 20.25; p<0.05, partial η2 = 0.15).  ...  These include think-pair-share, regulated-learning strategies, cooperative strategy.  ... 
doi:10.37134/jictie.vol8.2.3.2021 fatcat:psexbymnczcmbmraacitfrqfuu

Student optimism – Grading of an experiential learning project

Nawaz Ahmad, Sarwat Nauman
2020 Journal of Education and Educational Development  
Pair sample t-test is applied to figure out whether the average of perceived marks is statistically different than the average of actually obtained marks.  ...  <p>In order to obtain good grades, students involve themselves in hard work according to the best of their ability, yet an experiential learning project makes it even harder to attain the grades that the  ...  Error Mean 95% Confidence Interval of the Difference Lower Upper Pair 1 Actual - Expected -9.66038 10.79849 1.04884 -11.74004 -7.58072 -9.21 105 .000 Table 5 5 Comparing gender wise score  ... 
doi:10.22555/joeed.v7i1.1476 fatcat:edu6netxr5glxguinlzuqxt7tm

Effects of Instructor Gender, Visual, and Auditory Melodic Recorded Instruction on Sequential Working Memory Recall in Individuals with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder

Edward Todd Schwartzberg, Michael J Silverman
2019 Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy  
As individuals with ASD may have unique learning challenges, information paired with music may be delivered in multi-sensory ways to increase the likelihood of recall and subsequent learning.  ...  The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of instructor gender and visual and auditory melodic instruction on working memory in individuals with ASD.  ...  Mancus (1992) concluded that while elementary aged girls and boys attributed authority to male teachers, elementary aged girls and boys attributed academic competence of the teacher most often to female  ... 
doi:10.15845/voices.v19i2.2598 fatcat:2kpjqstv6vcrncybc5tdju463m

Preparation for Practice: Elementary Preservice Teachers Learning and Using Scientific Classroom Discourse Community Instructional Strategies

Elizabeth Lewis, Oxana Dema, Dena Harshbarger
2014 School Science and Mathematics  
Because the PD program was shown to help upper elementary and middle level in-service teachers learn how to teach science in an interdisciplinary fashion, the lead author of this study designed a science  ...  A second theme that emerged was that an inquirybased approach teaches students to self-regulate their own learning.  ...  The questions were designed with consideration of the research findings in elementary teacher literature concerning science education (Appleton, 2007) and the general aspects of the instructional model  ... 
doi:10.1111/ssm.12067 fatcat:r2gsy3b24nf3be2hxdcdaaib2q

Teaching Emotion Regulation: K-12 Teachers' Perceptions and Practices across the Curriculum

Louis S. Nadelson, Estefany Soto, Tye Smith, Sarah Nekonchuk, Jessica Ims, Sandra G. Nadelson
2021 Children and Teenagers  
Teachers are positioned to support students' development of emotion regulation in the social context of school.  ...  Students can gain a range of skills and knowledge from interactions in schools, including emotional competencies such as regulation of emotions.  ...  We then worked in pairs going through a similar process, with each pair of researchers coding a subset of the dataset and discussing their coding choices and resolving differences.  ... 
doi:10.22158/ct.v4n1p1 fatcat:fg6tzfetfjgdbbtreho6azdfpa

Age-related differences in achievement goal differentiation

Mimi Bong
2009 Journal of Educational Psychology  
Validity of the 2 ϫ 2 achievement goal framework for school-aged children and adolescents was examined, using self-report responses from 1,196 Korean elementary and middle school students.  ...  Nevertheless, achievement goals of these young students were strongly correlated with each other, regardless of the goal definition or valence.  ...  The strongest endorsement ratings for the performance-approach goal by the students in the upper elementary and the middle school grades thus indicate a quite substantial difference in the degree to which  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0015945 fatcat:yf3hngpzazdmfpvgaowmc2izvy

Dissection of Mammalian Organs and Opinions about It among Lower and Upper Secondary School Students

Andreja Špernjak, Andrej Šorgo
2017 Center for Educational Policy Studies Journal  
This article describes the results of a study that investigated the use of the dissection of organs in anatomy and physiology classes in Slovenian lower and upper secondary schools.  ...  Based on a sample of 485 questionnaires collected from Slovenian lower and upper secondary school students, we can conclude that dissection of mammalian organs during the courses on Human Anatomy would  ...  in opinions by students' school level (between lower secondary and upper secondary school) and gender.  ... 
doaj:89952f4e323445c598ef6511a4e5b007 fatcat:ookm3tawdrdshaaa7hsdufdnbq

Early Predictors of School Performance Declines at School Transition Points

Diane Malaspina, Sara E. Rimm-Kaufman
2008 RMLE Online: Research in Middle Level Education  
This longitudinal study followed students (n = 265) from kindergarten through seventh grade and examined early social and academic predictors of school performance at two normative school transitions.  ...  Questions addressed include: (a) are there changes in students' school performance over time, especially at school transition points; (b) are changes in school performance dependent on sociodemographic  ...  Second, the comparison of non-letter grades in elementary school to letter grades in upper elementary and middle school may also have different implications at differing grade levels as comparisons are  ... 
doi:10.1080/19404476.2008.11462052 fatcat:emf2dcmwhfhlbped3slaj2zriq

Age-Related Differences in Achievement Goal Differentiation [chapter]

Duane M. Rumbaugh, James E. King, Michael J. Beran, David A. Washburn, Kristy Gould, Nate Kornell, Douglas J. Scaturo, Brian D. Haig, Roger W. Schvaneveldt, Benjamin K. Barton, Thomas A. Ulrich, Peter Robinson (+193 others)
2012 Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning  
Validity of the 2 ϫ 2 achievement goal framework for school-aged children and adolescents was examined, using self-report responses from 1,196 Korean elementary and middle school students.  ...  Nevertheless, achievement goals of these young students were strongly correlated with each other, regardless of the goal definition or valence.  ...  The strongest endorsement ratings for the performance-approach goal by the students in the upper elementary and the middle school grades thus indicate a quite substantial difference in the degree to which  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-1428-6_804 fatcat:vq6esrdnp5dnvclwgkm4jnuocq

Coping Strategies against Peer Victimization: Differences According to Gender, Grade, Victimization Status and Perceived Classroom Social Climate

María-Jesús Cava, Ester Ayllón, Inés Tomás
2021 Sustainability  
These programs should consider the possible differences in the coping strategies preferred by students according to some personal (e.g., gender, grade, victimization status) and contextual (e.g., perceived  ...  These programs should aim to enhance the teacher–student relationship in upper school grades, help victimized students to inform about peer aggression situations and improve perceived classroom social  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank the adolescents, teachers, and directors of the participating schools for their collaboration in this study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13052605 doaj:bf55bf46d06a461fb88ed61d0c866b9b fatcat:delznmhcszfavbtalgxpgase3u

MindPlay Virtual Reading Coach: Does It Affect Reading Fluency in Elementary School?

Heidi Kloos, Stephanie Sliemers, Macey Cartwright, Quintino Mano, Scott Stage
2019 Frontiers in Education  
Highlights -We assessed the efficacy of the online reading program MVRC on the reading fluency of children in Grades 2-6.  ...  In the current paper, we test the efficacy of such a program: the MindPlay Virtual Reading Coach (  ...  MindPlay staff was available for questions when aspects of their product were unclear.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2019.00067 fatcat:pt4lezgz2fekvkhllksnrfxaqm

Elementary education majors experience hands-on learning in introductory biology

Barbara E. Goodman, Elizabeth M. Freeburg, Katherine Rasmussen, Di Meng
2006 Advances in Physiology Education  
During the initial offering of this course, student perceptions about what helped them to learn in the special section was compared with their nonscience major peers in the large lecture-intensive class  ...  After the completion of the course, students in the special section appreciated how the relevance of science and conducting their own scientific experimentation helped them learn, enjoyed working and studying  ...  While the surveys evaluated a number of student perceptions about their learning including their interests, learning styles, confidence in learning, etc., they did not actually evaluate their learning  ... 
doi:10.1152/advan.00012.2006 pmid:17108247 fatcat:6wf4f4benrbtfbjufkvq7ehwdm

Cognitive and Emotional Evaluation of an Amphibian Conservation Program for Elementary School Students

Christoph Randler, Angelika Ilg, Janina Kern
2005 The Journal of Environmental Education  
In addition, approximately one half of the students participated in an environmental conservation action designated to preserve migrating amphibians.  ...  Major implications are that learning about biodiversity should (a) focus on a small number of species, (b) start in primary schools, (c) take place outdoors, and (d) be linked with classroom teaching.  ...  (JP C.R.) and supported by the town of Ludwigsburg.  ... 
doi:10.3200/joee.37.1.43-52 fatcat:2s6lesdzkffdfol7pxkcbwsd5q

Self-Regulatory Efficacy and Mindset of At-Risk Students: An Exploratory Study

Ian A Matheson
2015 Exceptionality education international  
As reported here, I examined secondary school students' beliefs, goals, and expectations guided by Zimmerman's (2000) model of self-regulated learning.  ...  There is a limited body of research examining how students' beliefs about intelligence and about their abilities relate to different learning environments.  ...  Self-Regulated Learning Students are considered to be self-regulated learners based on the degree of their active involvement in their own learning (Effeney, Carroll, & Bahr, 2013) .  ... 
doi:10.5206/eei.v25i1.7717 fatcat:unur457enva3hbrzdl6dcewzn4

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2013 Child Development  
One of the main challenges of adolescence is learning to self-regulate and make one's own decisions, a task that's complicated by motivational and emotional changes in puberty.  ...  While all students benefited, effects were particularly strong for Latino children.  ... 
doi:10.1111/cdev.12202 fatcat:humjnk5mobhjhonjmadmsfn6km
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