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Investigation was made of the effects of three evaluation conditions (teacher, self, peer-comparison) on anagram task performance and continuing motivation (CM) among Iranian grade five students. While evaluation condition appeared to make little difference in the case of performance, its effect...
This aptitude-treatment interaction study classified 68 subjects as external or internal. Approximately half of the externals (internals) were given a traditional, teacher controlled method of instruction, with the remaining subjects being involved in a contract for grade plan. At the conclusion...
The present study was conducted in 5th and 6th grade classes to compare the performances of Anglos and minorities working in small interdependent learning groups with their performance in traditional, teacher-focused classrooms. A covariance analysis indicated that Anglos perform equally well in...
Critical incidents were used to collect faculty ratings of graduate student performance in departments of chemistry, English, and psychology. Separate factor analyses in each of three fields produced eight factors which were fairly consistent with respect to item loadings across fields. Factors...
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