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Enhancing our understanding of teachers' personal responsibility for student motivation: A mixed methods studyDownload
As measured by the Teachers Responsibility Scale, teachers appear to have surprisingly low levels of personal responsibility for student motivation even though they qualitatively identify low student motivation as a major teaching concern. Thus, the purpose of the current mixed methods research...
Conventionality and Evidence: Two Elements of Professional Development that Could Matter to TeachersDownload
Professional development (PD) is one way to maintain or increase teacher effectiveness in any number of domains. However, PD comes in many formats and with a wide range of evidence on its effectiveness – both of which can shape teachers’ perspectives of the PD even before they participate. The...
Pre-service Teachers’ Reflections on Personal Responsibility for Student Motivation A Video Vignette StudyDownload
Teachers assume personal responsibility in four domains: student motivation, student achievement, relationships with students, and the quality of their own teaching. In all existing research, pre-service and practicing teachers score lowest in the motivation domain. This may be because some...
During the Fall 2017 term, 241 students from EDPY303 participated in an interactive class and lecture exploring connections between student motivation and classroom assessment. The session was provided by Dr. Daniels and her team from the Alberta Consortium for motivation and Emotions(ACME)....