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Christenson, Sandra L.

Handbook of Research on Student Engagement

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Table of contents

1. Jingle, Jangle, and Conceptual Haziness: Evolution and Future Directions of the Engagement Construct
Amy L. Reschly, Sandra L. Christenson

2. Developmental Dynamics of Student Engagement, Coping, and Everyday Resilience
Ellen A. Skinner, Jennifer R. Pitzer

3. Engagement Across Developmental Periods
Duhita Mahatmya, Brenda J. Lohman, Jennifer L. Matjasko, Amy Feldman Farb

4. Ethnicity and Student Engagement
Gary E. Bingham, Lynn Okagaki

5. Student Engagement: What Is It? Why Does It Matter?
Jeremy D. Finn, Kayla S. Zimmer

6. Part I Commentary: So What Is Student Engagement Anyway?
Jacquelynne Eccles, Ming-Te Wang

7. A Self-determination Theory Perspective on Student Engagement
Johnmarshall Reeve

8. Achievement Goal Theory, Conceptualization of Ability/Intelligence, and Classroom Climate
Eric M. Anderman, Helen Patrick

9. School Identification
Kristin E. Voelkl

10. Self-Efficacy as an Engaged Learner
Dale H. Schunk, Carol A. Mullen

11. A Cyclical Self-Regulatory Account of Student Engagement: Theoretical Foundations and Applications
Timothy J. Cleary, Barry J. Zimmerman

12. Academic Emotions and Student Engagement
Reinhard Pekrun, Lisa Linnenbrink-Garcia

13. Students’ Interest and Engagement in Classroom Activities
Mary Ainley

14. Part II Commentary: Motivation and Engagement: Conceptual, Operational, and Empirical Clarity
Andrew J. Martin

15. Parental Influences on Achievement Motivation and Student Engagement
Janine Bempechat, David J. Shernoff

16. Families as Facilitators of Student Engagement: Toward a Home-School Partnership Model
Jacquelyn N. Raftery, Wendy S. Grolnick, Elizabeth S. Flamm

17. Teacher-Student Relationships and Engagement: Conceptualizing, Measuring, and Improving the Capacity of Classroom Interactions
Robert C. Pianta, Bridget K. Hamre, Joseph P. Allen

18. The Role of Peer Relationships in Student Academic and Extracurricular Engagement
Jaana Juvonen, Guadalupe Espinoza, Casey Knifsend

19. Understanding Student Engagement with a Contextual Model
Shui-fong Lam, Bernard P. H. Wong, Hongfei Yang, Yi Liu

20. Allowing Choice and Nurturing an Inner Compass: Educational Practices Supporting Students’ Need for Autonomy
Avi Assor

21. The Engaging Nature of Teaching for Competency Development
Rosemary Hipkins

22. Assessment as a Context for Student Engagement
Sharon L. Nichols, Heather S. Dawson

23. Part III Commentary: Socio-Cultural Contexts, Social Competence, and Engagement at School
Kathryn Wentzel

24. The Relationship Between Engagement and High School Dropout
Russell W. Rumberger, Susan Rotermund

25. High School Reform and Student Engagement
Marcia H. Davis, James M. McPartland

26. The Power of Mindsets: Nurturing Engagement, Motivation, and Resilience in Students
Robert Brooks, Suzanne Brooks, Sam Goldstein

27. The Relations of Adolescent Student Engagement with Troubling and High-Risk Behaviors
Amy-Jane Griffiths, Elena Lilles, Michael J. Furlong, Jennifer Sidhwa

28. Trajectories and Patterns of Student Engagement: Evidence from a Longitudinal Study
Cathy Wylie, Edith Hodgen

29. Instructional Contexts for Engagement and Achievement in Reading
John T. Guthrie, Allan Wigfield, Wei You

30. A Self-regulated Learning Perspective on Student Engagement
Christopher A. Wolters, Daniel J. Taylor

31. Classroom Strategies to Enhance Academic Engaged Time
Maribeth Gettinger, Martha J. Walter

32. Deep Engagement as a Complex System: Identity, Learning Power and Authentic Enquiry
Ruth Deakin Crick

33. Part IV Commentary: Outcomes of Engagement and Engagement as an Outcome: Some Consensus, Divergences, and Unanswered Questions
Michel Janosz

34. Measuring Student Engagement: The Development of a Scale for Formative Use
Charles W. Darr

35. Systems Consultation: Developing the Assessment-to-Intervention Link with the Student Engagement Instrument
James J. Appleton

36. Finding the Humanity in the Data: Understanding, Measuring, and Strengthening Student Engagement
Ethan Yazzie-Mintz, Kim McCormick

37. The Measurement of Student Engagement: A Comparative Analysis of Various Methods and Student Self-report Instruments
Jennifer A. Fredricks, Wendy McColskey

38. Issues and Methods in the Measurement of Student Engagement: Advancing the Construct Through Statistical Modeling
Joseph Betts

39. Part V Commentary: Possible New Directions in the Measurement of Student Engagement
Karen M. Samuelsen

Keywords: Psychology, Child and School Psychology, Educational Psychology, Public Health/Gesundheitswesen, Teaching and Teacher Education, Social Work, Educational Policy and Politics

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
2012
Page amount
27 pages
Category
Psychology
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781461420187

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