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Lee, Jeesoo; Lee, Hyun Ji; Bong, Mimi – Theory Into Practice, 2022
Self-efficacy is easily the most important construct for engagement and success in achievement contexts. In this article, we aim to promote a better understanding of theory-driven practices that foster students' self-efficacy beliefs in math, especially the practices that change young learners' mindset and gender stereotypes in math. We briefly…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Student Attitudes, Mathematics Instruction, Sex Stereotypes
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Klee, Holly L.; Buehl, Michelle M.; Miller, Angela D. – Theory Into Practice, 2022
Mathematics educators often know the widespread nature of mathematics anxiety and may even be aware of the debilitating effect it can have on their students. Although educators may develop tricks or tools that seem to help, a comprehensive understanding of what students are experiencing and how the classroom environment can be adjusted to address…
Descriptors: Mathematics Anxiety, Intervention, High School Students, College Students
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Mayes, Renae D.; Pianta, Rebecca; Oglesby, Alicia; ZyromskI, Brett – Theory Into Practice, 2022
COVID-19 has increased the emphasis on social emotional learning (SEL) in our schools. Unfortunately, the current approaches to SEL can often perpetuate racial hierarchies, apply a deficit lens toward students, and emphasize the need for student-level change while ignoring the historical, social, and cultural influences that created and actively…
Descriptors: Social Emotional Learning, Racial Discrimination, Freedom, Empowerment
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Dozono, Tadashi – Theory Into Practice, 2021
When classrooms fail to provide racially marginalized students with frameworks that explain their daily experiences, sometimes students turn to conspiracy theories, however inaccurate. This article links marginalized students' critiques of society and paranoid readings of the world with civic reasoning. Through queer and critical race theory, this…
Descriptors: Civics, Minority Group Students, LGBTQ People, Student Attitudes
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Brown, Raymond – Theory Into Practice, 2020
A question that confronts teachers of mathematics is how best to establish in their classrooms a space where students can participate more fully in the curriculum. This article explores the development of agency in the school mathematics classroom. Using data from a variety of classroom contexts, this article employs sociocultural constructs of…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Personal Autonomy, Mathematics Teachers
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Jotia, Agreement L.; Biraimah, Karen L.; Kurtz, Brianna A. – Theory Into Practice, 2020
This work explores how short-term study abroad programs in emerging nations might be redesigned to become more beneficial to host institutions and communities, while providing more responsive, transformative learning experiences for students, and analyze how study abroad programs, as well as follow-on grant and research programs, can also be the…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Transformative Learning, Developing Nations, Developed Nations
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Mendenhall, Mary; Bartlett, Lesley – Theory Into Practice, 2018
This article examines students' experiences as resettled refugee and asylee students in international schools in New York City. Specifically, it looks at how teachers and school leaders provide critical academic and extracurricular support to facilitate students' adjustment to academic environments that differ markedly from those compared in their…
Descriptors: Extracurricular Activities, Refugees, Qualitative Research, Student Adjustment
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Stephens, Jason M. – Theory Into Practice, 2017
The belief that cheating is wrong doesn't prevent its enactment. For example, many students cheat despite believing that is wrong or unjustifiable. The question taken up in this article concerns how the resulting cognitive dissonance is ameliorated; that is, how do students cheat and not feel guilty? This article will describe two "good"…
Descriptors: Cheating, Ethics, Psychological Patterns, Beliefs
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Miller, Angela D.; Murdock, Tamera B.; Grotewiel, Morgan M. – Theory Into Practice, 2017
Although research shows that higher-achieving students report engaging in cheating behaviors less frequently than lower-achieving students, the cheating rates among this population are still startling. Certain aspects of the context of being a high-achieving student support academic dishonesty. We investigate integrity among the highest achievers…
Descriptors: Cheating, Ethics, High Achievement, Student Behavior
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Rettinger, David A. – Theory Into Practice, 2017
Given that students at secondary and postsecondary levels believe that certain behaviors are morally wrong and consider them cheating, they still perform them, albeit infrequently. This article examines the psychology of cheating, emphasizing individual psychological factors that influence integrity behavior. From this research, strategies to…
Descriptors: Cheating, Prevention, Emotional Problems, Student Attitudes
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Tatum, Holly; Schwartz, Beth M. – Theory Into Practice, 2017
Although there is evidence of cheating at all levels of education, institutions often do not implement or design integrity policies, such as honor codes, to prevent and adjudicate academic dishonesty. Further, faculty members rarely discuss academic integrity expectations or policies with their students. When cheating does occur, faculty members…
Descriptors: Integrity, Evidence Based Practice, Program Improvement, Ethics
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Lucariello, Joan M.; Nastasi, Bonnie K.; Dwyer, Carol; Skiba, Russell; DeMarie, Darlene; Anderman, Eric M. – Theory Into Practice, 2016
This article describes an initiative undertaken by a coalition of psychologists (Coalition for Psychology in Schools and Education) from the American Psychological Association (APA) to identify the top 20 principles from psychological science relevant to teaching and learning in the classroom. This article identifies these principles and their…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Educational Principles, Elementary Secondary Education, Preschool Education
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Ring, Gail L. – Theory Into Practice, 2015
Since the implementation of the ePortfolio Program in 2006, Clemson University has incorporated peer review for the formative feedback process. One of the challenges with this large-scale implementation has been ensuring that all work is reviewed and constructive feedback is provided in a timely manner. In this article, I discuss the strategies…
Descriptors: Models, Portfolio Assessment, Formative Evaluation, Feedback (Response)
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Husbye, Nicholas E.; Vander Zanden, Sarah – Theory Into Practice, 2015
Despite the proliferation of technology in contemporary lives, many elementary schools often do not account for other technologically-mediated ways of constructing meaning in their daily curriculum, including film. This article presents insights from 2 filmmaking projects with elementary-aged students illustrating how film allowed students to…
Descriptors: Films, Elementary School Students, Writing (Composition), Literacy
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Salmivalli, Christina – Theory Into Practice, 2014
This article provides a view of school bullying as a group phenomenon and practical implications stemming from this approach. The motivation for bullying perpetration often relates to one's social standing in the group. Peer bystanders are typically present when bullying takes place, often providing the perpetrators with social rewards. The…
Descriptors: Bullying, Peer Relationship, Empathy, Intervention
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