Affective factors and student achievement: a quantitative and qualitative study

@article{Denton2004AffectiveFA,
  title={Affective factors and student achievement: a quantitative and qualitative study},
  author={L. R. Denton and Dawn McKinney},
  journal={34th Annual Frontiers in Education, 2004. FIE 2004.},
  year={2004},
  pages={T1G-6}
}
The affective domain can be used to support the internalization of cognitive content and foster the development of curriculum and industry-related interests, attitudes, values, and practices. During a two-year period, using validated instruments, the authors measured student interest, value, effort, perceived competence, lack of pressure, student-peer belonging, and student-faculty belonging. Initial findings included a positive correlation between each affective factor and course grade, a… CONTINUE READING

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