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Emotion, motivation, and self-regulation : a handbook for teachers, edited by Nathan C. Hall, Thomas Goetz, (electronic resource)

Label
Emotion, motivation, and self-regulation : a handbook for teachers
Title
Emotion, motivation, and self-regulation
Title remainder
a handbook for teachers
Statement of responsibility
edited by Nathan C. Hall, Thomas Goetz
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This handbook is a user-friendly resource for pre-service and new practicing teachers outlining theoretical models and empirical research findings concerning the nature and effects of emotions, motivation, and self-regulated learning for students and teachers alike
Dewey number
370.1534
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1968-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hall, Nathan C
  • Götz, Thomas
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Motivation in education
  • Emotions in children
Label
Emotion, motivation, and self-regulation : a handbook for teachers, edited by Nathan C. Hall, Thomas Goetz, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Front Cover; Emotion, Motivation, and Self-Regulation: A Handbook for Teachers; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; 1. Emotions; 1.1. Students in Focus; 1.2. Clarifying Terminology; 1.2.1. The Components of Emotions; 1.2.2. Distinguishing between ''State'' and ''Trait'' Emotions; 1.2.3. Distinguishing Emotions from Related Constructs; 1.2.4. Measuring Emotions; 1.2.5. Achievement Emotions; 1.3. Causes of Emotions; 1.3.1. Appraisal Theory; 1.3.2. The Causes of Achievement Emotions: Weiner's Attribution Theory and Pekrun's Control-Value Theory
  • 1.3.3. Influence of the Social Environment on Achievement Emotions1.4. Effects of Emotions; 1.4.1. General Psychological Evidence about the Effects of Emotions; 1.4.2. Applying Mood and Emotion Research to Learning and Performance Contexts; 1.5. Development of Emotions over the School Years; 1.6. Opportunities for Influence: How to Design an Emotionally ''Healthy'' Classroom; 1.6.1. Promoting Enjoyment of Learning in the Classroom; 1.6.2. Ways to Influence Control and Value Appraisals; 1.6.3. Supporting Emotion Regulation; 1.6.4. Expressing Performance-Enhancing Emotions
  • 1.7. Teachers in Focus1.7.1. Burnout and Job-Related Stress; 1.7.2. Teachers' Achievement Emotions: Causes and Effects; 1.7.3. Tips for Teachers: How to Promote Your Own Emotional Well-Being; 2. Motivation; 2.1. Students in Focus; 2.2. Structure and Effects of Motivation in Students; 2.2.1. What is Motivation?; 2.2.2. Effects of Motivation on the Learning Process; 2.2.3. Theoretical Model of Motivation for Learning and Achievement; 2.2.4. Situation-Specific Expectancies and Values; 2.2.5. Motives and Needs; 2.2.6. Goals and Goal Orientations; 2.2.7. Interest; 2.2.8. Self-Concepts
  • 2.2.9. Causal Attributions2.3. Developmental and Environmental Effects on Motivation; 2.3.1. Development of Achievement Motives, Attributions, Self-Concepts, and Interest; 2.3.2. Environmental Influences on Motivation; 2.4. Fostering Learning and Achievement Motivation in Students; 2.4.1. Promoting Subjective Valuing of the Learning Objectives and Activities; 2.4.2. Principles for Encouraging Student Motivation; 2.4.3. Motivational Intervention Programs; 2.5. Teachers in Focus; 2.5.1. Expectancy and Value Components of Teacher Motivation; 2.5.2. Goal Orientations of Teachers
  • 3. Self-Regulated Learning3.1. Students in Focus; 3.2. What is Self-Regulated Learning?; 3.2.1. Definition; 3.2.2. Historical Development; 3.2.3. Relevance in a Knowledge-Based Society; 3.2.4. Current Theoretical Models; 3.2.5. Further Theoretical Development; 3.3. The Assessment of Self-Regulated Learning; 3.3.1. Reasons for Evaluating Self-Regulated Learning; 3.3.2. Methodical Aspects; 3.4. Effects of Self-Regulated Learning; 3.4.1. Meta-Analyses; 3.4.2. Empirical Research: An Example; 3.5. Development of Self-Regulated Learning; 3.6. Fostering Self-Regulation in Students
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ocn855908976
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1st ed
Extent
1 online resource
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781781907115
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unknown
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eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)855908976
Label
Emotion, motivation, and self-regulation : a handbook for teachers, edited by Nathan C. Hall, Thomas Goetz, (electronic resource)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Front Cover; Emotion, Motivation, and Self-Regulation: A Handbook for Teachers; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; 1. Emotions; 1.1. Students in Focus; 1.2. Clarifying Terminology; 1.2.1. The Components of Emotions; 1.2.2. Distinguishing between ''State'' and ''Trait'' Emotions; 1.2.3. Distinguishing Emotions from Related Constructs; 1.2.4. Measuring Emotions; 1.2.5. Achievement Emotions; 1.3. Causes of Emotions; 1.3.1. Appraisal Theory; 1.3.2. The Causes of Achievement Emotions: Weiner's Attribution Theory and Pekrun's Control-Value Theory
  • 1.3.3. Influence of the Social Environment on Achievement Emotions1.4. Effects of Emotions; 1.4.1. General Psychological Evidence about the Effects of Emotions; 1.4.2. Applying Mood and Emotion Research to Learning and Performance Contexts; 1.5. Development of Emotions over the School Years; 1.6. Opportunities for Influence: How to Design an Emotionally ''Healthy'' Classroom; 1.6.1. Promoting Enjoyment of Learning in the Classroom; 1.6.2. Ways to Influence Control and Value Appraisals; 1.6.3. Supporting Emotion Regulation; 1.6.4. Expressing Performance-Enhancing Emotions
  • 1.7. Teachers in Focus1.7.1. Burnout and Job-Related Stress; 1.7.2. Teachers' Achievement Emotions: Causes and Effects; 1.7.3. Tips for Teachers: How to Promote Your Own Emotional Well-Being; 2. Motivation; 2.1. Students in Focus; 2.2. Structure and Effects of Motivation in Students; 2.2.1. What is Motivation?; 2.2.2. Effects of Motivation on the Learning Process; 2.2.3. Theoretical Model of Motivation for Learning and Achievement; 2.2.4. Situation-Specific Expectancies and Values; 2.2.5. Motives and Needs; 2.2.6. Goals and Goal Orientations; 2.2.7. Interest; 2.2.8. Self-Concepts
  • 2.2.9. Causal Attributions2.3. Developmental and Environmental Effects on Motivation; 2.3.1. Development of Achievement Motives, Attributions, Self-Concepts, and Interest; 2.3.2. Environmental Influences on Motivation; 2.4. Fostering Learning and Achievement Motivation in Students; 2.4.1. Promoting Subjective Valuing of the Learning Objectives and Activities; 2.4.2. Principles for Encouraging Student Motivation; 2.4.3. Motivational Intervention Programs; 2.5. Teachers in Focus; 2.5.1. Expectancy and Value Components of Teacher Motivation; 2.5.2. Goal Orientations of Teachers
  • 3. Self-Regulated Learning3.1. Students in Focus; 3.2. What is Self-Regulated Learning?; 3.2.1. Definition; 3.2.2. Historical Development; 3.2.3. Relevance in a Knowledge-Based Society; 3.2.4. Current Theoretical Models; 3.2.5. Further Theoretical Development; 3.3. The Assessment of Self-Regulated Learning; 3.3.1. Reasons for Evaluating Self-Regulated Learning; 3.3.2. Methodical Aspects; 3.4. Effects of Self-Regulated Learning; 3.4.1. Meta-Analyses; 3.4.2. Empirical Research: An Example; 3.5. Development of Self-Regulated Learning; 3.6. Fostering Self-Regulation in Students
Control code
ocn855908976
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781781907115
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)855908976

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