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Producing websites for assessment: A case study from a level 1 fieldwork module part of SERC Print Resource Collection
D. France, C. Ribchester
BSc Single Subject Geography students at University College Chester enroll for a core module that involves the acquisition of fieldwork data, data analysis and project design. One of this module's ...
Student perceptions of geography and environmental science fieldwork in the light of restricted access to the field, caused by Foot and Mouth Disease in the UK in 2001 part of SERC Print Resource Collection
I. Fuller, S. Gaskin, I. Scott
Internationally, fieldwork is generally seen as intrinsic to the very nature of geographical education. However, objective experimentation comparing student learning experiences with and without ...
Enhancement of student values, interests and attitudes in earth science through a field-oriented approach part of SERC Print Resource Collection
EL Kern, JR Carpenter
Research on Learning: Ways Of Learning:In the Field, Affective Domain:Self-Efficacy, Instructional Design:Teaching in the Field, Affective Domain:Student Attitudes, Student Motivation
Fieldwork is Good: the Student Perception and the Affective Domain part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Alan Boyle, Sarah Maguire, Adrian Martin, Clare Milsom, Rhu Nash, Steve Rawlinson, Andrew Turner, Sheena Wurthmann, Stacey Conchie
This paper reports on research that investigates the effectiveness of residential field courses in geography, earth science and environmental science courses at UK institutions of higher education. ...
Disabled students' experiences of fieldwork part of SERC Print Resource Collection
T. Hall, M. Healey
Goal orientation and achievement: the role of ability self-concept and failure perception part of SERC Print Resource Collection
B. Spinath, J. Stiensmeier-Pelster
Abstract: The prediction is tested that performance goals only entail poor achievement outcomes in individuals with a low self-concept of ability (American Psychologist, 41 (1986) 1040; Psychological ...
A model of the relationships among measures of affect, aptitude, and performance in introductory statistics part of SERC Print Resource Collection
P. F. Tremblay, R. C. Gardner, G. Heipel
Abstract: This study investigated a number of variables believed to influence the achievement of first-year undergraduate university students enrolled in an introductory statistics course. A sample ...
Research on Learning: Ways Of Learning:In the Field, Affective Domain:Student Attitudes
'Geographical Expeditions': assessing the benefits of a student-driven fieldwork method part of SERC Print Resource Collection
E. Pawson, E. K. Teather
Abstract: A student-driven fieldwork method, focused in a local metropolitan area, is described and assessed. Developed for a second-level course in cultural geography, it was inspired by the ...
Research on Learning: Affective Domain:Self-Efficacy, Ways Of Learning:In the Field, Affective Domain:Student Attitudes, Student Motivation
'Creative solutions' and 'fibbing results': Enculturation in field ecology part of SERC Print Resource Collection
W. M. Roth, G. M. Bowen
Abstract: This paper is concerned with enculturation in field ecology, where students are frequently required to spend long periods of time in the field with little or no contact with others. We ...
Research on Learning: Affective Domain:Gender Differences , Ways Of Learning:In the Field, Affective Domain:Student Attitudes, Student Motivation
Cognitive-affective determinants of performance in mathematics and verbal domains - Gender differences part of SERC Print Resource Collection
Abstract: Reviewed in this article are the few previous studies that addressed the application of structural modeling to specify the systemic organization of the relations between self-efficacy, ...
Research on Learning: Ways Of Learning:In the Field, Affective Domain:Gender Differences , Ways Of Learning:Verbal, Affective Domain:Student Motivation, Student Attitudes, Self-Efficacy