Self-Regulation and Motivational Beliefs in Mathematics Achievement
Linking Motivation, Self-regulation, and Achievement in Mathematics
Early Adolescents'' Perceived School Environment
Motivation, Self Efficacy and the Academic Achievement of Students
Motivational regulation in Japanese undergraduates
Parents' Involvement and Their Children's Mathematics Achievement
Folk-Beliefs and Nourishment of Environment
A STUDY OF INTEGRATED MOTIVATIONAL MODELS
Can Schools Make a Difference?
Usage of Meta cognitive Strategy and Epistemological Beliefs
Adolescent Self-Efficacy Beliefs in Multiple Contexts
Self Regulated Learning and Epistemological Beliefs
Students' Attitude and Self-Concept as predictors of Maths performance
Revision with unchanged content. Despite claims made by the “no significant difference” literature that learning in asynchronous web based (AWB) media is the same as learning in face to face environments, there is evidence to the contrary. For example, AWB learning is a more “learner controlled” environment compared to face to face learning. Moreover, recent research has suggested that two specific characteristics; self regulated learning (SRL) and epistemological beliefs (EB) are key factors that can predict achievement in learner controlled environments, such as AWB undergraduate college courses. However, few studies to date have used predictive modeling in order to explain the effect of these two sets of factors on learner achievement in AWB environments. The present study looked at their influence as well as that of covariate factors such as reason for taking an online course, self-efficacy for using computer technology, and prior academic achievement on learning achievement in AWB undergraduate courses. The result was a predictive model headed by expectancy for learning as a predictor of learning achievement in AWB environments. This book is addressed to post secondary education professionals as well as researchers who are involved in the planning, design, and administration of AWB undergraduate courses.