Associations between students' perceptions of classroom environment and academic efficacy in Australian and British secondary schools

@inproceedings{Dorman2004AssociationsBS,
  title={Associations between students' perceptions of classroom environment and academic efficacy in Australian and British secondary schools},
  author={Jeffrey Paul Dorman and Joan E. Adams},
  year={2004}
}
Research was conducted on associations between classroom psychosocial environment and academic efficacy. A sample of 2651 mathematics students from Australian and British secondary schools responded to an instrument that assessed ten dimensions of mathematics classroom environment (student cohesiveness, teacher support, investigation, task orientation, cooperation, equity, involvement, personal relevance, shared control, student negotiation). These scales were from two recently developed… CONTINUE READING

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