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Anxiety Learning and Instruction

Anxiety  Learning  and Instruction Author J. E. Sieber
ISBN-10 9781136559273
Release 2013-09-05
Pages 272
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First published in 1977. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.



Handbook of Individual Differences Learning and Instruction

Handbook of Individual Differences  Learning  and Instruction Author David H. Jonassen
ISBN-10 9781136481062
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 512
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Written for teachers, trainers, and instructional designers -- anyone who is responsible for designing or preparing instruction -- this book begins with one basic premise: individual differences mediate learning at all levels and in all situations. That is, some learners find it easier or more difficult to learn some skills or to learn from certain forms of instruction because they vary in terms of aptitude, cognitive styles, personality, or learning styles. This volume describes most of the major differences in a readable and accessible way and demonstrates how to design various forms of instruction and predict the ease with which learners will acquire different skills. Most books that discuss any learner differences focus on those that characterize special education populations, whereas this book focuses on normal learners. Designed as a handbook, this volume is structured to provide easy and consistent access to information and answers, and prescriptions and hypotheses. When definitive answers are not possible because there is no research documentation, the authors suggest theories designed to stimulate future research.



Metacognition in Learning and Instruction

Metacognition in Learning and Instruction Author Hope J. Hartman
ISBN-10 9789401722438
Release 2013-06-29
Pages 290
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Unique and stimulating, this book addresses metacognition in both the neglected area of teaching and the more well-established area of learning. It addresses domain-general and domain-specific aspects of metacognition, including applications to the particular subjects of reading, speaking, mathematics, and science. This collection spans theory, research and practice related to metacognition in education at all school levels, from elementary through university.



Learning and instruction

Learning and instruction Author
ISBN-10 UCAL:B4945464
Release 1995
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Learning to Love Math

Learning to Love Math Author Judy Willis
ISBN-10 1416610367
Release 2010
Pages 195
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Is there a way to get students to love math? Dr. Judy Willis responds with an emphatic yes in this informative guide to getting better results in math class. Tapping into abundant research on how the brain works, Willis presents a practical approach for how we can improve academic results by demonstrating certain behaviors and teaching students in a way that minimizes negativity. With a straightforward and accessible style, Willis shares the knowledge and experience she has gained through her dual careers as a math teacher and a neurologist. In addition to learning basic brain anatomy and function, readers will learn how to * Improve deep-seated negative attitudes toward math. * Plan lessons with the goal of "achievable challenge" in mind. * Reduce mistake anxiety with techniques such as errorless math and estimation. * Teach to different individual learning strengths and skill levels. * Spark motivation. * Relate math to students' personal interests and goals. * Support students in setting short-term and long-term goals. * Convince students that they can change their intelligence. With dozens of strategies teachers can use right now, Learning to Love Math puts the power of research directly into the hands of educators. A Brain Owner's Manual, which dives deeper into the structure and function of the brain, is also included--providing a clear explanation of how memories are formed and how skills are learned. With informed teachers guiding them, students will discover that they can build a better brain . . . and learn to love math!



Self related Cognitions in Anxiety and Motivation

Self related Cognitions in Anxiety and Motivation Author Ralf Schwarzer
ISBN-10 MINN:31951000625816N
Release 1986
Pages 344
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First published in 1986. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.



Test anxiety and test performance a look at interference and learning deficit models

Test anxiety and test performance  a look at interference and learning deficit models Author Amelia Tjendra
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924051742967
Release 1989
Pages 180
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Challenges and Innovations in Educational Psychology Teaching and Learning

Challenges and Innovations in Educational Psychology Teaching and Learning Author M Cecil Smith
ISBN-10 9781681233987
Release 2016-04-01
Pages 461
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Leading faculty members in educational psychology, who are expert classroom teachers, describe inherent difficulties encountered when teaching different subject matter in educational psychology to diverse populations of students, including undergraduate teacher candidates, psychology and child development majors, and graduate students in education and psychology. Educational psychology addresses subject matter as diverse as child and adolescent development, motivation, learning theories, student assessment, teacher expertise, and research methods and statistics. Drawing from their years of classroom experience, as well as their expertise in designing and conducting educational research, the contributing authors report their successful instructional efforts and innovations designed to increase student learning and knowledge of the discipline.



Affect in foreign language and second language learning

Affect in foreign language and second language learning Author Dolly J. Young
ISBN-10 0070389004
Release 1998-11-20
Pages 273
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Affect in Foreign Language and Second Language Learning offers high school and college/university second language teachers, or teachers-in-training, practical suggestions for creating activities that take into account learner anxieties, frustrations or discomfort in the language learning process. The objective of the book is to offer concrete instructional approaches for language learning that are rooted in second language acquisition research and, at the same time, that promote a low-anxiety classroom environment. The authors of each chapter are specialists in specific areas of language learning and their essays, composed specifically for this volume, lay the groundwork for continued research on affect in language learning. This text is part of the McGraw-Hill Second Language Professional Series, edited by James F. Lee and Bill VanPatten.



Test anxiety

Test anxiety Author Irwin G. Sarason
ISBN-10 UOM:39015000524515
Release 1980-06
Pages 406
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Teaching Languages to Students with Specific Learning Differences

Teaching Languages to Students with Specific Learning Differences Author Judit Kormos
ISBN-10 9781847696199
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 232
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"This book is intended to help language teachers to work effectively and successfully with students who have specific learning difficulties (SpLD) such as dyslexia. The book takes an inclusive and practical approach to language teaching and encourages teachers to consider the effects that SpLD could have on a language learner. It suggests strategies that can be implemented to enable learners to succeed both in the classroom and in formal assessment"--Publisher.



Boredom in the Classroom

Boredom in the Classroom Author Gayle L. Macklem
ISBN-10 9783319131207
Release 2015-01-05
Pages 88
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This brief synthesizes current findings on the many aspects of chronic student boredom, its relationship with negative academic, emotional, and health outcomes, and what professionals can do to best address it. Citing the complexity of this common student emotion, the author spotlights boredom susceptibility during the critical K-12 years. The brief analyzes cognitive and emotional attributes of boredom and identifies emotional skills that can be strengthened to counteract it. In addition, the volume features strategies for educators and school counselors to reduce boredom, both internally and in class. This stimulating volume: Argues that boredom shouldn't be ignored or dismissed as a passing phase. Examines various types of boredom as well as gender and cultural differences. Explores boredom in the contexts of anxiety and depression and in non-school situations. Provides theory on causes of boredom in students. Details how student self-regulation, motivation, and engagement can be improved. Describes specific roles teachers and mental health professionals can play in controlling boredom. Boredom in the Classroom is an essential resource for researchers, scientist-practitioners, clinicians, and graduate students in the fields of child and school psychology, educational psychology, social work, and related disciplines.



Foreign Language Anxiety and the Advanced Language Learner

Foreign Language Anxiety and the Advanced Language Learner Author Zsuzsa Tóth
ISBN-10 9781443824484
Release 2010-08-11
Pages 240
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Does anxiety about learning and using a foreign language decline as learners become more competent in the target language, or is anxiety also relevant at higher levels of proficiency? This is the question Foreign Language Anxiety and the Advanced Language Learner sets out to explore. The aim of the book is to give readers an insight into what role anxiety plays in the language learning and communication processes of advanced language learners. Specifically, the study examines how advanced EFL learners’ foreign language anxiety (FLA) can be characterized; how anxiety relates to other individual differences (cognitive, affective, personality); and explores the relationship between FLA and various aspects of learners’ performance and communication experience in the target language. The research context is Hungary. The findings, however, are not confined to the Hungarian EFL setting. In addition to making a contribution to the clarification of some unresolved issues in language anxiety research—including the role of proficiency in the development of anxiety, the relationship between anxiety and other learner variables, and the much-debated question of whether or not anxiety accounts for differential success in L2 learning—this study has important implications for language teachers as well.



Psychology of learning and teaching

Psychology of learning and teaching Author Harold Wright Bernard
ISBN-10 UOM:39015026806185
Release 1972-05
Pages 500
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Cases on Collaboration in Virtual Learning Environments Processes and Interactions

Cases on Collaboration in Virtual Learning Environments  Processes and Interactions Author Russell, Donna
ISBN-10 9781605668796
Release 2009-10-31
Pages 400
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"Using a case study analysis, this book provides a unifying perspective for discussing the viability of collaborative virtual spaces as training programs for insurance brokers, forums to support at-risk university students, simulations of historical places, means to aid autistic children learn social skills, repositories for digital libraries, collaborative spaces designing new university programs and emergency response training"--Provided by publisher.



Cognitive and affective learning strategies

Cognitive and affective learning strategies Author Harold F. O'Neil
ISBN-10 UOM:39015002183799
Release 1979
Pages 327
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Student Motivation Cognition and Learning

Student Motivation  Cognition  and Learning Author Paul R. Pintrich
ISBN-10 9781136479663
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 420
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Designed to present some of the current research on student motivation, cognition, and learning, this book serves as a festschrift for Wilbert J. McKeachie who has been a leading figure in college teaching and learning. The contributions to this volume were written by former students, colleagues and friends. A common focus on a general or social cognitive view of learning is shared throughout the volume, but there are significant differences in the perspectives the researchers bring to bear on the issues. They provide an excellent cross-section of current thinking and research on general cognitive topics such as students' knowledge structures, cognitive and self-regulated learning strategies, as well as reasoning, problem solving, and critical thinking. Social cognitive and motivational topics are also well represented, including self-worth theory and expectancy-value models. More importantly, an explicit attempt is made to link cognitive and motivational constructs theoretically and empirically. This area of research is one of the most important and promising areas of future research in educational psychology. Finally, most of the chapters address instructional implications, but several explicitly discuss instructional issues related to the improvement of college students' motivation and cognition.