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Campbell, Louise – Research Papers in Education, 2020
In the design and development of new school buildings, areas equipped with state-of-the-art technology and large, flexible spaces intended for collaborative teaching and learning are becoming increasingly common. This is in line with an understanding that this kind of learning environment reflects the contexts for work young learners are likely to…
Descriptors: Space Utilization, Teacher Attitudes, Consciousness Raising, Foreign Countries
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Agricola, Bas T.; Prins, Frans J.; Sluijsmans, Dominique M. A. – Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, 2020
In higher education, students often misunderstand teachers' written feedback. This is worrisome, since written feedback is the main form of feedback in higher education. Organising feedback conversations, in which feedback request forms and verbal feedback are used, is a promising intervention to prevent misunderstanding of written feedback. In…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Teacher Student Relationship, Self Efficacy, Learning Motivation
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Turner, Jennifer; Gulliford, Anthea – Educational Psychology in Practice, 2020
The Circles of Adults (CoA) group problem solving process has been used by educational psychologists (EPs) when supporting vulnerable educational placements, but its effects upon staff or student outcomes have not been explored. CoAs were used in the current research with staff supporting Children Looked After (CLA) in secondary schools. A…
Descriptors: Foster Care, Child Welfare, Secondary School Students, Adults
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Engin, Gizem – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2020
This study aims to examine primary school students' academic achievement and motivation in terms of parental attitudes, teacher motivation, teacher self-efficacy and leadership perception. Research model of the study is designed as descriptive research model and the data are collected from 60 primary school teachers teaching 4th grade students in…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Academic Achievement, Student Motivation, Parent Attitudes
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Cohen, Julie; Loeb, Susanna; Miller, Luke C.; Wyckoff, James H. – Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 2020
Ten years ago, the reform of teacher evaluation was touted as a mechanism to improve teacher effectiveness. In response, virtually every state redesigned its teacher evaluation system. Recently, a growing narrative suggests these reforms failed and should be abandoned. This response may be overly simplistic. We explore the variability of New York…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Principals, Strategic Planning, Teacher Evaluation
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Chan, Chun-Chen – Journal of Career Development, 2020
The present study attempted to identify the psychological processes associated with the career goals of Taiwanese college athletes. In order to identify the psychological processes potentially associated with career goals, the study drew upon social cognitive career theory (SCCT). The results supported SCCT indicating that career decision-making…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Social Cognition, Self Efficacy, Decision Making
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Cadenas, Germán A.; Cantú, Elizabeth Angélica; Spence, Tameka; Ruth, Alissa – Journal of Career Development, 2020
The United States faces shortages of professionals in science, technology, engineering, and math enterprises, which are complicated by underrepresented minorities facing systemic barriers to their educational and career success. Addressing this, we used social cognitive career theory and critical consciousness to create a program named Poder…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Community Colleges, Two Year College Students, Social Cognition
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James, Tyler G.; Sullivan, Meagan K.; Dumeny, Leanne; Lindsey, Katherine; Cheong, JeeWon; Nicolette, Guy – Journal of American College Health, 2020
Objective: Health literacy and health insurance literacy affect healthcare utilization. The purpose of this study was to determine the relation between health insurance knowledge, self-efficacy, and student healthcare utilization in the past year. Participants: A random sample of 1,450 respondents, over the age of 18, attending a public university…
Descriptors: College Students, Knowledge Level, Health Insurance, Access to Health Care
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Gall Myrick, Jessica; Noar, Seth M.; Sontag, Jennah M.; Kelley, Dannielle – Journal of American College Health, 2020
Objective: This study tested how media, family, and peer sources of health and beauty information predict indoor tanning (IT) beliefs and behavior. Participants: 210 undergraduate women at a state university in the southeastern United States. Methods: Respondents completed a survey about sources of health and beauty information, IT beliefs, and IT…
Descriptors: Females, Aesthetics, Undergraduate Students, Surveys
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Bird, Matthew D.; Chow, Graig M.; Cooper, Brandon T. – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2020
This study investigated six National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I student-athletes' experiences of seeking help for a mental health concern using the Health Belief Model (HBM) as a conceptual framework. A convergent mixed methodological design was utilized. Qualitative data was collected to gain an in-depth understanding of…
Descriptors: Student Athletes, College Athletics, Self Efficacy, Help Seeking
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Josephidou, Jo – Early Years: An International Journal of Research and Development, 2020
There is a persistent suggestion that the lack of men who choose to work with young children (0-5 years) is detrimental to children's learning and development. This study analysed whether practitioners believed that men who work with young children adopt specific approaches within a play pedagogy. Practitioner beliefs about how their gender…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Young Children, Child Development, Gender Bias
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Gubbins, Verónica; Otero, Gabriel – Educational Review, 2020
This article examines the impact of educational expectations, perceived self-efficacy, and the information transmitted by the school on parental involvement at home and at school. A survey was administered to a representative sample of 672 parents and guardians of students attending primary schools located in Santiago, Chile. The analyses…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Elementary School Students, Foreign Countries, Self Efficacy
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Özdemir, Gökçe; Sahin, Sevilay; Öztürk, Necati – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2020
The aim of this study is to analyse the effects of principals' instructional leadership on the teachers' perceptions of their self-efficacy. Mixed method, in which quantitative and qualitative techniques are employed together, was used in order to analyse the data obtained. The sample for quantitative analysis included 435 teachers working in…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Principals, Instructional Leadership, Teacher Administrator Relationship
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Nowland, Rebecca; Qualter, Pamela – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2020
Background: Much of the literature on school transfers has centred on academic adjustment and/or achievement, but school transfers also involve social adaption. Children who are socially anxious or lack emotional self-efficacy are likely to have difficulties with social aspects of the transition. Aim(s): We examined the influence of social…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Student Adjustment, Elementary School Students, Secondary School Students
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Burns, Richard A.; Crisp, Dimity A.; Burns, Robert B. – British Journal of Educational Psychology, 2020
Background: The cross-lagged panel (regression) model (CLPM) is the usual framework of choice to test the longitudinal reciprocal effects between self-concept and achievement. Criticisms of the CLPM are that causal paths are over-estimated as they fail to discriminate between- and within-person variation. The random-intercept cross-lagged panel…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Self Efficacy, Academic Achievement, Correlation
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