Masland, Lindsay

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Amp Up The Wrappers: Multiple Metacognitive Wrappers Do Not Improve Student Academic Performance Nor Metacognition In A Single-Course Intervention 2020 264 Metacognition is essential to student success in higher education. However, many students often lack the metacognitive skills that would support their academic success. One potential way instructors can foster students’ development of metacognition a...
Psychometric Validation Of Buy-In Measures From The PS/Rti Evaluation Tool 2016 582 Although it is widely accepted that evidence-based problem-solving models such as Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) are effective frameworks for meeting student and school-wide needs, MTSS has yet to be adopted nationwide. This incomplete implem...
The Impact Of Dance On Low-Income Students 2021 278 This paper discusses the potential impact of dance on low-income students. This research looks into current gaps in student performance between low-income students and their more wealthy peers. In order to both ascertain the reason for these gaps and...
Achievement Motivation In Hispanic University Students: Associations With Reasons For Attending College 2017 2472 Despite the trend of increasing diversity in the United States population, a concomitant increase in research on ethnic differences in achievement motivation has not been observed. As the attainment of an undergraduate degree becomes a necessity for ...
Approach To Studying: Contributions Of Goal Orientation And Motivation For Attending University 2017 1301 The relationship between studying approach and two motivational constructs achievement goal orientation and motivation for attending university was examined. In a sample of 333 undergraduate psychology students, results indicate that mastery goals po...
Effects Of A Motivational Intervention On Pre-Service Teachers’ Provision Of Feedback On Student Work 2018 446 If teachers are made aware of the effects of the feedback that they provide and if they are given opportunities to enhance their provision of feedback, students--especially at-risk students who could benefit most from supportive classrooms--could see...
Using Expectancy-Value Theory to predict intent to conform in elementary school students 2015 4216 The present study sought to examine the relevance of expectancy-value theory in predicting conformity in elementary school students. Measures of self-expectancy and value for five different domains (academic, sports, dating, misbehavior, and followin...