The experience of pleasant and unpleasant emotions in academic situations is known to affect students' learning. The aim of the present study was to extend previous research by examining the antecedents and consequences of student emotions in the homework context. Multilevel analyses of a longitudinal dataset containing 3483 grade 9 and grade 10 students in 155 classes showed that the.
The experience of pleasant and unpleasant emotions in academic situations is known to affect students’ learning. The aim of the present study was to extend previous research by examining the antecedents and consequences of student emotions in the homework context. Multilevel analyses of a longitudinal dataset containing 3483 grade 9 and grade 10 students in 155 classes showed that the.
Homework and Learning Mathematics.. the first fundamental question is whether homework is indeed useful and necessary in a students. Mother and Child Emotions during Mathematics Homework.Released Journal Article Students' emotions during homework in mathematics: Testing a theoretical model of antecedents and achievement outcomes.STUDENTS' EMOTIONS DURING HOMEWORK 65 emotions. In contrast, they should experience incongruent (i.e., negative) emotions when they are conITonted with highly structured and directive instruction which aims at optimal leaming outcomes rather than optimal leaming processes, because this kind of support opposes their.
Specifically, researchers examined students' emotions while learning mathematics. For example, ref (6) exam-ined younger students’ (Grade 2 and 5) emotions while learning mathematics. The following three emotions were the most common in Grade 2 mathematics classroom: (1) being happy, (2) being focused, and, (3) it feels hard. The.Read More
This paper aims to understand how certain different but interrelated variables such as background, motivation, and social support could lead to an explanation of student attitudes towards math and to an understanding of the defining characteristics of these attitudes in the school environment. Participants consisted of 1719 Portuguese students, from fifth-to-twelfth grade.Read More
This study analyzes the relationships between cognitive appraisals, classroom and test emotions, and math achievement in a sample of 1219 Portuguese students from the 6th and 8th grades. Participants completed measures of perceived value, perceived competence, and seven math achievement emotions (boredom, hopelessness, anger, anxiety, enjoyment, pride, and relief) experienced in two different.Read More
Math attitude influences math achievement. If the prospect of math homework makes you feel hopeless, it may be bad news for your final grade.. Emotions “have a real impact on students’ performance over time,” Pekrun concludes. But the cycle doesn’t to be negative.Read More
Posted by Kenny Gill Homework is essential in the learning process of all students. It benefits them in managing time, being organized, and thinking beyond the classroom work. When students develop good habits towards homework, they enjoy good grades.Read More
Parents’ attitudes and emotions during homework time can support the development of positive attitudes and approaches in their children, which in turn are predictive of higher achievement. Children are more likely to focus on self-improvement during homework time and do better in school when their parents are oriented toward mastery.Read More
Understanding Emotions in Mathematical Thinking and Learning. To be published by Elsevier Academic Press, 2016. Editor: Ulises Xolocotzin (UNAM, Mexico) The last 25 years have seen an increasing interest in the ways in which emotions might influence the learning, instruction, and practice of mathematics.Read More
The effects of peer tutoring on students’ mathematics self-concepts were examined. The Marsh questionnaire was used to measure students’ mathematics self-concepts before and after implementation of a peer tutoring program. A pretest posttest control group design was employed. Study participants included 376 students from grades 7 to 9 (12 to 15 years old).Read More
Homework-Does It Impact Student Performance? Abstract. This study examined the impact of homework on performance in the content areas of mathematics and science. The participants were a fourth grade, inner city classroom in Rochester New York. Data was collected over two semesters. The first semester data served as a baseline for the amount of.Read More