Do Students ’ Beliefs about Writing Relate to their Writing Self-Efficacy , Apprehension , and Performance ?

@inproceedings{SandersReioDoS,
  title={Do Students ’ Beliefs about Writing Relate to their Writing Self-Efficacy , Apprehension , and Performance ?},
  author={Joanne Sanders-Reio and Patricia M. Alexander}
}
Showc asing lea ding a dvanc es in educa tiona l research fro m the faculty in Florida International University's College of Ed ucation Fall 2014 Abstract This study tested a model in which beliefs about writing, writing self-efficacy, and writing apprehension predict writing performance. The Beliefs about Writing Survey, the Writing Self-Efficacy Index, and the Modified Writing apprehension Test were administered to 738 undergraduates to predict their grade on a class paper. In a hierarchical… CONTINUE READING

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