Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning, Volume 1

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IAP, Sep 5, 2000 - Education - 412 pages
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The aim of this book series is to provide a much needed outlet for the wealth of cross-cultural research that has not impacted upon mainstream education. This particular volume is divided into four parts: the motivation context; the learning context; the family context; and the curriculum context.
 

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Contents

Modern Education Needs CrossCultural Psychology
1
Beyond Dichotomous Characterizations of Student Learning New Directions in Achievement Motivation Research
17
A Comparison of Motivational and Critical Thinking Orientations Across Ethnic Groups
37
The Contexts of Individual Motivational Change
61
Social Representation of School Failure in Brazilian Public Schools A Framework for Understanding and Change
101
The Impact of Sociocultural Context on Future Goals and SelfRegulation
119
Uncovering Sociocultural Influences Leads to a Call for Personalized Learning
139
Perceived Parenting Success of Mothers in Japan
161
Fathers Role in the School Success of Adolescents A Singapore Study
183
Correlates of Achievement in the United Arab Emirates A Sociocultural Study
205
Engaged Reading A Multilevel Approach to Considering Sociocultural Factors with Diverse Learners
233
Adolescent Second Language Writers in China A Sociocultural Analysis
265
Achievement in Mathematics and Language Arts A Comparative Study of Canadian and German Preservice Teachers Beliefs
291
Nature American Influence on Curriculum and Instruction
325
Sociocultural Context and Service Learning Inside and Outside of the University Classroom
339
Play and Learning in School A Motivational Approach
363

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