Students’ ‘approach to develop’ in holistic competency: an adaption of the 3P model

  title={Students’ ‘approach to develop’ in holistic competency: an adaption of the 3P model},
  author={Cecilia Ka Yuk Chan and Nai Chi Jonathan Yeung},
  journal={Educational Psychology},
  pages={622 - 642}
Abstract In response to the global imperative of nurturing all-round students, educational institutions and schools worldwide have been developing learning activities targeting holistic competency development of students. However, there have been resistance and challenges on how to develop such competencies. Extending the Presage-Process-Product (3P) framework to holistic competency development, this study examined the relationship between students’ motivation, perception, their approach to… 
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