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Instructional Technology, Motivation, Attitudes and Behaviors

An Investigation of At-Risk Learners in the Middle School General Music Classroom

by Sharon A. Clark

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Published by Dissertation.com .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Special Education - Learning Disabled,
  • Aims & Objectives,
  • Instruction & Study - General,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Fiction

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    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12279477M
    ISBN 101581122071
    ISBN 109781581122077
    OCLC/WorldCa137339759

      Students’ attitudes and behaviors are predicted by teaching practices most proximal to these measures, including teachers’ emotional support and classroom organization. However, teachers who are effective at improving test scores often are not equally effective at improving students’ attitudes and behaviors.   Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 29 () – International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology (ICEEPSY ) Motivation, attitude, and language learning Nasser Oroujlou a *, Dr. Majid Vahedi b 1* a English Department, Payame Noor University, Tehran, IRAN b Educational Department,Payame Noor University, .

    Classroom Behavior Management In A Diverse Society. Second Edition. Mountain View, California: Mayfield Publishing Company. Hayes, B. (). An Experiment Using Teacher Centered Instruction VS Student-Centered Instruction as a Means of Teaching American Government to High School Seniors. Examples of these items are presented in Table 1. The five attitude sub-scales are: (a) General Interest in Technology, (b) Attitude Toward Technology, (c) Technology as an Activity for Boys and Girls, (d) Consequences of Technology, and (e) Technology is Difficult. The Concept of Technology items (questions 70 - ) represent a single sub-scale.

      Five behaviors (i.e., mistake-contingent encouragement, general encouragement, punishment, punitive technical instruction, and general technical instruction) were correlated with positive evaluations of the coach at values between and, with the punitive categories being negatively correlated with attitudes toward the coach (Smith, Smoll. (). THE INFLUENCE OF TEACHER ATTITUDE ON STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN A PROGRAMMED LEARNING SITUATION. Programmed Learning and Educational Technology: Vol. 7, No. 2, pp.


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Clark, Sharon A., Applied Dissertation, Nova Southeastern University, EdD Program in Instructional Technology and Distance Education. Music In middle schools today, teachers meet many challenges.

The expected results were that the use of instructional technology would improve motivation, attitudes, and behavior as well as basic music skills in the general music classroom.

In addition, through the positive experience they will have, in conjunction with the use of the technology, their attitudes and behaviors such as attendance, attention. Attitudes, and Behaviors The Harvard community has made this article openly available.

Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters Citation Blazar, David. Teacher and Teaching Effects on Students' Academic Performance, Attitudes, and Behaviors. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Of all the motivational books out there, this is a must-read for those who are into life design. Through Attitudes and Behaviors book book, Jen provides her readers with simple exercises to help people identify their self-limiting beliefs, attitudes, and habits. to read. As noted by Guthrie and Wigfield (), “motivation is what activates behavior.” Student attitudes toward reading are a central factor affecting reading performance.

This case study addressed the reading attitudes of three students enrolled in an urban teaching college’s summer reading clinic. • determine why,where,and when a student uses these behaviors; • identify the instructional,social,affective,cultural,environmental,and contextual variables that appear to lead to and maintain the behaviors;and • plan appropriate interventions that address the purposes the behaviors.

Sometimes a motivational solution can have a positive effect on behavior and vice versa. The best answer, when in doubt, is to use a combination of strategies that focus on both behavior and motivation.

It is important to keep in mind that ineffective behavior solutions can kill motivation. Classroom Behavioural Strategies and Interventions It is important that teachers provide immediate, frequent, and positive feedback. The value of a positive versus a punitive procedure is summarized in the.

Teacher and Teaching Effects on Students’ Attitudes and Behaviors Abstract Research has focused predominantly on how teachers affect students’ achievement on tests despite evidence that a broad range of attitudes and behaviors are equally important to their long-term success.

Ensuring that employees are ready for training in terms of their attitudes, motivation, basic skills, and work environment is the _____ step of the instructional design process. first B. own interest and enjoyment and to external incentives.

Subject motivation is often regarded as the driving force behind learning, but the analysis extends the picture to students’ more general attitudes towards school including stu-dents’ sense of belonging at school. • Students’ beliefs about themselves.

The attitudes of information technology, in the aspect of students’ motivation, attitude and performance in learning Malay language. affects the formers attitude and behavior towards the. Instructional Technology Education Specialist Research Papers Research Projects Spring The Effects of Rewards in Reading Incentive Programs on Reading Motivation, Attitude and Participation in Middle School Students Brynn Beavers Georgia Southern University Follow this and additional works at: Motivation - Motivation - Behavioristic approaches to motivation: The behavioristic approach examines how motives are learned and how internal drives and external goals interact with learning to produce behaviour.

Learning theorists have taken a somewhat more global perspective when studying motivation than researchers using the biological approach. Motivation involves a constellation of beliefs, perceptions, values, interests, and actions that are all closely related.

As a result, various approaches to motivation can focus on cognitive behaviors (such as monitoring and strategy use), non-cognitive aspects (such as perceptions, beliefs, and attitudes. their attitudes regarding the subject and also finding out the factors that influence these attitudes.

The study would provide understanding of some of the learners’ behaviours as a result of their attitudes towards the subject and would go a long way in helping the learners to develop positive attitudes which is a recipe for better.

Make great attitude an explicit and regularly discussed performance requirement for everyone. Make it about external behaviors, which employees can modify as necessary. Define the behaviors of great attitude: expressions, words, tone, and gestures. Describe the behaviors. Require them. Teach them.

Reward people for displaying them proudly. that a student shows in school.1 Engagement in schoolwork involves both behaviors (such as persistence, effort, attention) and attitudes (such as motivation, positive learning values, enthu-siasm, interest, pride in success).2 Thus, engaged students seek out activities, inside and outside the classroom, that lead to success or learning.

their learning behaviors so that their whole being becomes involved. Attitudes are thus closely related to motivation. Fortunate is the teacher whose children are positively oriented toward him and his subject matter.

He will find them working with greater vigor, learning more, more quickly. Attitudes Affect Why.The use of instructional media is also expected to increase students' understanding related to the subjects taught.

So far, the use of media in learning process is still scarce for this issues: (1) learning technology is still depicted in the form of sophisticated and expensive equipment, (2) technology is only considered and related to machine.An individual's attitude toward school can henceforth be deduced from the learner's behaviors, feelings and expression toward the school and activities within the school, whether positive or.