Essays about: "peer"

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  1. 1. Students' Perception of Class Interrelationships and its Relation to Students' Sex, School Satisfaction, School Absenteeism and School Achievement

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    Author : Sörensen Frantzich; [2019-03-11]
    Keywords : interpersonal relations; peer relations; student; relations; student interaction; student-student relationships; high school; upper secondary school; classroom environment; classroom climate; classroom management; classroom dynamics;

    Abstract : Purpose: The aim of the present study is to explore how upper secondary schoolstudents’ perceive group dynamic aspects of the interrelationships in theirclass and how these perceptions are related to Sex, SchoolSatisfaction, Absenteeism and Achievement.Theory: Group Dynamic TheoryMethod: Quantitative (means, standard deviations, factor analysis, bivariatecorrelations and multiple linear regressions)Results: Students' perception of the group dynamic aspects of their classinterrelationships showed no significant sex differences. READ MORE

  2. 2. Students' Perception of Class Interrelationships and its Relation to Students' Sex, School Satisfaction, School Absenteeism and School Achievement

    University essay from

    Author : Emma Frantzich Sörensen; [2019-01-30]
    Keywords : interpersonal relations; peer relations; student; relations; student interaction; student-student relationships; high school; upper secondary school; classroom environment; classroom climate; classroom management; classroom dynamics;

    Abstract : The aim of the present study is to explore how upper secondary schoolstudents’ perceive group dynamic aspects of the interrelationships in theirclass and how these perceptions are related to Sex, SchoolSatisfaction, Absenteeism and Achievement.Theory: Group Dynamic TheoryMethod: Quantitative (means, standard deviations, factor analysis, bivariatecorrelations and multiple linear regressions)Results: Students' perception of the group dynamic aspects of their classinterrelationships showed no significant sex differences. READ MORE

  3. 3. Incorporating digital gaming and applications in the classroom and its effects on motivation and learning among EFL learners

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Lärande och samhälle

    Author : Sommer Alexandra; Svensson Hanna; Alexandra Sommer; Hanna Svensson; [2019]
    Keywords : motivation; digital gaming; intrinsic motivation; L2 learning;

    Abstract : This research synthesis investigates the complex theme of how motivation is affected by the use of digital games and applications while learning a second language. A solid overview of the leading motivation theories in second language learning is presented. READ MORE

  4. 4. “She is such a B!” – “Really? How can you tell?” : A qualitive study into inter-rater reliability in grading EFL writing in a Swedish upper-secondary school

    University essay from Mälardalens högskola/Akademin för utbildning, kultur och kommunikation

    Author : Josefin Mård Grinde; [2019]
    Keywords : English writing assessment; Sweden; upper-secondary school; inter-rater reliability; rater factors; rubric measurement; consistency in rater assessment in an ESL environment;

    Abstract : This project investigates the extent to which EFL teachers’ assessment practices of two students’ written texts differ in a Swedish upper-secondary school. It also seeks to understand the factors influencing the teachers regarding inter-rater reliability in their assessment and marking process. READ MORE

  5. 5. Disrupting carbon lock-in: How a target-based sustainability program for businesses can support the politics of decarbonization in Ottawa, Canada

    University essay from Lunds universitet/LUCSUS

    Author : Robin Goldstein; [2019]
    Keywords : carbon lock-in; decarbonization; climate governance experiment; politics; business; green economy; Ottawa; sustainability science; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Human-induced climate change has emerged as one of the greatest sustainability challenges of our time, with significant risks for human health, livelihoods and security. However, technological solutions to phase out the use of fossil fuels in industrialized countries are politically contested. READ MORE