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Aydin, Utkun – European Journal of Educational Research, 2019
Students' test anxiety is known to have significant influences on essential academic outcomes, and given the increased testing of school-aged children gender differences also appear in dimensions of test anxiety: thoughts, off-task behaviors, and autonomic reactions. This study examined: (i) whether there was a pattern of correlations existing…
Descriptors: Test Anxiety, Elementary School Students, Gender Differences, Correlation
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Cho, Sujung – Journal of School Violence, 2019
The current study applied an opportunity perspective and an individual trait approach to explain the link between bullying perpetration and victimization among early adolescents in South Korea. This study addressed direct effects of low self-control and lifestyle factors on bullying victimization as well as mediating effects of lifestyles on the…
Descriptors: Bullying, Victims, Early Adolescents, Self Control
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Jiang, Yuanyuan; Capriotti, Matthew; Beaulieu, Allyson; Rooney, Mary; McBurnett, Keith; Pfiffner, Linda J. – School Mental Health, 2019
Classroom observations have long been considered a necessary component of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) evaluations. Yet, research evaluating the utility of observational ratings in ADHD assessment is limited. This study examined the contributions of the Behavioral Observation of Students in Schools (BOSS) to ADHD assessment by…
Descriptors: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4
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Kilgus, Stephen P.; Izumi, Jared T.; Von der Embse, Nathaniel P.; Van Wie, Michael P.; Eklund, Katie; Taylor, Crystal N.; Iaccarino, Stephanie – School Psychology, 2019
The purposes of this study were twofold. The first was to use latent class analysis to identify groupings of students defined by the presence or absence of academic or behavioral risk. The second was to determine whether these groups differed across various dichotomous academic and behavioral outcomes (e.g., suspensions, office discipline…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5
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Sung, Euisuk; Kelley, Todd R. – International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 2019
Design is a key element of both the teaching and learning of engineering and technology. However, the process of engineering design has yielded limited research results. This study explored the iterative design process by searching for sequential design thinking patterns. The researchers collected nine concurrent think-aloud protocols from…
Descriptors: Sequential Approach, Design, Thinking Skills, Engineering Education
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Aydin, Utkun – International Journal of Educational Psychology, 2019
The capacity to cope with test anxiety that contain high concentrations of cognitive, behavioral, and physiological manifestations, is becoming increasingly important in educational contexts as well as evaluative settings. The developing ability to deal with test anxiety relative to the increasingly strict evaluative practices students encounter…
Descriptors: Test Anxiety, Public Schools, Elementary School Students, Middle School Students
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Lowe, Patricia A. – Higher Education Studies, 2019
This study examined the expression and level of test anxiety in a sample of 1221 elementary school students. The Test Anxiety Scale for Elementary Students (TAS-E), a new multidimensional measure developed based on recent conceptualizations of the test anxiety construct, was administered to elementary school-age students. The TAS-E consists of…
Descriptors: Test Anxiety, Elementary School Students, Gender Differences, Grade 2
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Schwab, Susanne – Educational Psychology, 2019
This study aims to show the importance of explicitly identifying student-specific teachers' self-efficacy. Data from 43 regular teachers who rated their self-efficacy towards 611 fourth-grade students from inclusive classes in Austria were analyzed. In addition, 15 regular teachers and 15 special needs teachers rated their student-specific…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Grade 4, Inclusion, Special Education Teachers
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Bae, Hwa-ok; Choo, Hyekyung; Lim, ChaeYoung – Journal of Early Adolescence, 2019
This study compared bullying experiences between ethnic minority youth and Korean majority youth in South Korea, and examined whether the student-teacher relationship is associated with their bullying experiences. Participants comprised 148 ethnic minority students and 165 Korean majority students in Grades 4 to 11 in South Korea. Bivariate…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Bullying, Racial Bias, Ethnicity
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Thompson, Julie L.; Wood, Charles L.; Preston, Angela; Stevenson, Bradley – Education and Treatment of Children, 2019
Providing group instruction with high levels of opportunities to respond, including unison responding, is critical to maximize the educational instruction of individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in public schools. Direct Instruction (DI) has shown promise in teaching skills to students with ASD. DI is generally taught to small groups…
Descriptors: Small Group Instruction, Direct Instruction, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Cipra, Alli; Hall, LaTreese – RMLE Online: Research in Middle Level Education, 2019
While bullying is a serious concern for students and educators alike, empirically tested interventions are needed. This study examined the impact of a bullying intervention curriculum at a public middle school in the Midwest. This intervention, CORE"Matters", was designed to reduce bullying behaviors, foster a greater sense of community…
Descriptors: Bullying, Intervention, Public Schools, Middle Schools
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Sorensen, Lucy C. – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2019
Purpose: In an era of unprecedented student measurement and emphasis on data-driven educational decision making, the full potential for using data to target resources to students has yet to be realized. This study explores the utility of machine-learning techniques with large-scale administrative data to identify student dropout risk. Research…
Descriptors: At Risk Students, Dropouts, Data Collection, Data Analysis
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Foster, Elizabeth – Learning Professional, 2019
A recent qualitative study by a team of researchers looked into how grade-level teams of teachers are thinking about causes and strategies based on looking at student performance data. What is interesting in these findings is how infrequently teachers attribute student results to instruction -- just 15% of the time. Teachers in this study were…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Academic Achievement, Teacher Student Relationship, Data Use
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Houri, Alaa K.; Thayer, Andrew J.; Cook, Clayton R. – School Psychology, 2019
Parental behavioral and relational engagement in school include components of trust, communication, and respect that are positively predictive of student academic success. Parents who report high levels of trust with their child's teacher are more likely to be involved in school and related programs and events. Direct teacher-parent communication…
Descriptors: Trust (Psychology), Family School Relationship, Intervention, Feedback (Response)
Griffith, David; Tyner, Adam – Thomas B. Fordham Institute, 2019
The public debate over discipline policy remains depressingly polarized and simplistic. Advocates of reform argue that suspensions and other forms of exclusionary discipline are associated with negative outcomes, including higher rates of criminal justice involvement--and that they are implemented unfairly. In contrast, skeptics argue that we must…
Descriptors: Discipline Policy, Change, Teacher Attitudes, African American Teachers
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