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Friday, July 6, 2012

Student Motivation: An Overlooked Piece of School Reform

A summary paper, Student Motivation: An Overlooked Piece of School Reformwas recently released. The paper pulls together research findings from the six background papers, each of which includes a brief overview of research findings, examples of current programs and policies, and implications for the future, offering a more in-depth look at specific themes surrounding student engagement, including: 

The appendix outlines four major dimensions of motivation and how they are defined by major scholars in the field.

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  1. Very impressive and informative blog about school education.The new trends in school education is essential for their overall growth.
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    Science and mathematics are not cool subjects, say students. Consequently, if these subjects are compulsory, students opt for an easier stream in secondary school and are less likely to transition to university science programs.

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