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The Structure of Students' Motivation: Expectancies and Values in Taking Data Science Course
Структура академической мотивации: ожидания и субъективные ценности освоения университетского курса

Valeria Ivaniushina, Daniil Alexandrov, Ilya Musabirov
2016 Educational Studies Moscow  
motivation and performance using the example of Data Science minor, or optional course, offered to students majoring in different areas, from Economics to Oriental Studies.  ...  We study the motivation of students who chose Data Science as their minor, which includes learning the fundamentals of programming with R for machine learning and related topics, as well as developing  ...  Keywords: motivation, expectancy value theory, gender differences, statistics, data science.  ... 
doi:10.17323/1814-9545-2016-4-229-250 fatcat:rfbnzeq6nbdlfblvwd6nesalzy

Gender Stereotypes in a Children's Television Program: Effects on Girls' and Boys' Stereotype Endorsement, Math Performance, Motivational Dispositions, and Attitudes

Eike Wille, Hanna Gaspard, Ulrich Trautwein, Kerstin Oschatz, Katharina Scheiter, Benjamin Nagengast
2018 Frontiers in Psychology  
On the basis of prior research, we expected negative effects of watching the stereotypes on girls' performance, motivational dispositions, and attitudes.  ...  These programs often transmit stereotypes about gender roles such as "math is for boys and not for girls."  ...  boys' performance, expectancy and value beliefs, and attitudes toward math.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02435 pmid:30564179 pmcid:PMC6288401 fatcat:xberuyvypvb67lnx6jwtpeo72i

Page 4044 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 89, Issue 10 [page]

2002 Psychological Abstracts  
However, most studies on gender differences in computer work failed to relate to the large body of re- search on gender differences in math and science.  ...  —Numerous studies show that women have less favorable attitudes toward using comput- ers and that they use computers less often than men.  ... 

Exploring Difference in Gender Perceptions Towards Teacher's Motivational Behaviour in English Language Classroom

Zulfiqar Ali, Farzana Masroor, Tariq Khan
2020 Journal of Business and Social Review in Emerging Economies  
This study investigates the impact of gender on language learning motivations of students studying at the undergraduate level in the City University of Science and IT and Institute of Management Sciences  ...  The variables of the study include gender and its relationship with language attitudes and motivation.  ...  Gender roles are specifically patterned attitudes, behaviours, and expectations that are interpreted based on being male or female.  ... 
doi:10.26710/jbsee.v6i1.1068 fatcat:ei5dlyfn7bhszkbbrvrco5lzsu

Gender, interest, and prior experience shape opportunities to learn programming in robotics competitions

Eben B. Witherspoon, Christian D. Schunn, Ross M. Higashi, Emily C. Baehr
2016 International Journal of STEM Education  
Robotics competitions are increasingly popular and potentially provide an on-ramp to computer science, which is currently highly gender imbalanced.  ...  Conclusions: While robotics competition experiences may motivate students to learn more programming, gender gaps in programming involvement persist in these learning environments and appear to widen as  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation (DRL 1418199). The opinions are those of the authors and do not represent the policies of the funding agency.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40594-016-0052-1 fatcat:msi5orjmczdh5m5z4suu6fhcwi

University Students' Self-efficacy in Online Learning due to COVID-19

Erni Tanius
2020 International journal of innovative research in engineering & multidisciplinary physical sciences  
Hence, this study will identify the correlation between learners' motivation, computer anxiety, and social support with self-efficacy on online learning technology due to COVID 19 pandemic.  ...  The result indicated that online learning technology experience, learners' attitudes, learners' motivation, computer anxiety, and social support correlate with self-efficacy on online learning technology  ...  The main characteristics of motivations are specific, motivation, goals of success, confidence, self-efficacy, and confidence in power [32] .  ... 
doi:10.37082/ijirmps.2020.v08i06.011 fatcat:tjvtcegqnnc35e7ykydt46dhwu

Page 762 of Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 20, Issue 6 [page]

2011 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
. conceptualize Specific domains of knowledge may be socially or cul- turally regarded as “gendered”.  ...  computing disciplines.  ... 

Gender and motivation

Judith L. Meece, Beverly Bower Glienke, Samantha Burg
2006 Journal of School Psychology  
In this review, gender differences in motivation are examined using four contemporary theories of achievement motivation, including attribution, expectancy-value, selfefficacy, and achievement goal perspectives  ...  Boys report stronger ability and interest beliefs in mathematics and science, whereas girls have more confidence and interest in language arts and writing.  ...  Less is known about what role specific instructional and management practices may play in the development of gender differences in motivation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jsp.2006.04.004 fatcat:u5vxpmh4cnerhhzokwm3vv2gyq

Editorial: Gendered Paths into STEM. Disparities Between Females and Males in STEM Over the Life-Span

Bernhard Ertl, Silke Luttenberger, Rebecca Lazarides, M. Gail Jones, Manuela Paechter
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
: experiences in childhood and school form individuals' interests, motivation, and ability beliefs-their expectations according to Eccles et al. (1983) .  ...  These serve as basis for a decision against or toward STEM.  ...  by computer science (Höhne and Zander; Schorr) and physics (Wheeler and Blanchard).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02758 pmid:31920811 pmcid:PMC6928053 fatcat:mqa3o37qbjbp5bmdsfkhuaaz4u

Perceptions of the Social Relevance of Science: Exploring the Implications for Gendered Patterns in Expectations of Majoring in STEM Fields

Sarah Blanchard Kyte, Catherine Riegle-Crumb
2017 Social Sciences  
By contrast, positive perceptions of the relevance of science predict a modest increase in interest in computer science for both boys and girls.  ...  Further, it examines these dynamics with respect to expectations to major in any STEM field as well as expectations to major in specific STEM fields.  ...  the theoretical framework and guidance on modeling.  ... 
doi:10.3390/socsci6010019 fatcat:lf2xgtn7vna3nppecqgcjqdhye

The impact of learner attributes and learner choice in an agent-based environment

Yanghee Kim, Quan Wei
2011 Computers & Education  
, task-specific attitudes, task-specific self-efficacy, and learning gains.  ...  Participants were 210 high-school male and female, Caucasian and Hispanic students who worked at computer-based algebra integrated with pedagogical agents.  ...  gender and ethnicity and their choice would influence their task-specific affect and performance in computer-based learning.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2010.09.016 fatcat:kz25d4quf5ecxgpsleuvhl2cki

Evaluation of the Secondary Students' Attitudes Towards Studying and Learning Science and Mathematics, and Their Impact on Learning in the Two Schools in the Northern Finland

Päivi Tomperi
2020 Journal of Education and Training Studies  
The objective of this study was to examine secondary students' attitudes towards studying and learning science and mathematics, and how the attitude constructs were linked in students' responses.  ...  The main predictor for achievement was item "physics is more difficult for me than for many of my classmates" (adjusted R2 = 29.6 %) and for motivation "my parents are proud of my achievements in science  ...  Acknowledgements Many thanks to participating schools and collaborators. The project is funded by the Kolarctic CBC, EU, Russia, Norway, and Finland.  ... 
doi:10.11114/jets.v8i12.5080 fatcat:gwzhvfnq7bcmjhkxpvm4sxpepm

Relationship between affect and achievement in science and mathematics in Malaysia and Singapore

Khar Thoe Ng, Yoon Fah Lay, Shaljan Areepattamannil, David F. Treagust, A.L. Chandrasegaran
2012 Research in Science & Technological Education  
summarises the correlations between the science and mathematics achievement (dependent/outcome variables) and gender, language spoken at home, parental education, positive affect towards science, and positive  ...  The expectancy-value theory explains the two factors contributing to 'academic motivation', i.e. students 'valuing the task', either the outcome or the process of learning and the 'expectations' that they  ... 
doi:10.1080/02635143.2012.708655 fatcat:c5of42ge3vhpfnojegnblnz4ju

Facing gender segregation in Continuing Vocational Education and Train-ing. The case of the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Veronica Millenaar, Claudia Jacinto
2019 Zenodo  
The study focuses on two highly dynamic employment sectors in Buenos Aires: computer science and aesthetics.  ...  However, some of the studied centres have been challenged by the broader social process in the country towards gender equalities and have addressed the gender dimension, by means of a variety of strategies  ...  The study focuses on two highly dynamic employment sectors in Buenos Aires: computer science and aesthetics.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2641847 fatcat:grg45ve4n5fwdcewgx6uqpr2b4

Early Programming Education and Career Orientation

Efthimia Aivaloglou, Felienne Hermans
2019 Proceedings of the 50th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education - SIGCSE '19  
We find that students' intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and previous programming experience are important factors, being strongly correlated with their self-efficacy and their inclination towards a CS  ...  We further explore the students' view of programming as a career path, and measure the effects of the course, their performance, and the stereotypes that they assume for computer scientists.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the teachers and students of the schools involved in this research. We are grateful for your support in organizing and giving the lessons.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3287324.3287358 dblp:conf/sigcse/AivaloglouH20 fatcat:xz26zxkjfjgapffonq5lpu3gju
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