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Service Learning and Adult Students: Implications for Academic Achievement and Student-Faculty Interactions
One challenge facing higher education today is the retention of degree-seeking adult students over the age of 25. Adult students have different ways of learning and gaining meaning from their college experience and often ...
WASHINGTON STATE HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER ENGAGEMENT IN AND MOTIVATION FOR FORMATIVE CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT
Research has shown the use of formative classroom assessments to be successful in student learning. Science teachers can use formative classroom assessment as an integral component of inquiry instruction by checking for ...
SELF-EFFICACY BELIEFS OF FORMER PROBATIONARY STUDENTS
This qualitative study explored the experiences of thirteen former probationary students to better understand how their self-efficacy influenced their academic choices that contributed to academic achievement as well as ...
EXPLORING PEDAGOGICAL AGENT USE WITHIN LEARNER-ATTENUATED SYSTEM-PACED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Educational technology is influencing the paradigms of both K-12 and post-secondary education in the United States. While some teachers may still give lectures in a classroom environment, we are now seeing the development ...