Students’ Attitudes Towards Learning and Education

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Walter S. Rolph (Editor)

Series: Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World
BISAC: EDU038000

While factors including school budget and teacher competency undoubtedly impact outcomes in education, the success of students ultimately depends on their interest in, and enjoyment of, the experience of learning. In the same vein, this volume includes six chapters exploring the importance of students’ attitudes towards education from a variety of perspectives. Chapter One aims to unveil the attitudes of nineteen Greek state senior high school students toward the use of self-assessment as an alternative assessment method for learning. Chapter Two includes the first cross-national study of affective outcomes among middle-school mathematics students in the USA and Hong Kong. Chapter Three discusses the need for and strategies for incorporating critical thinking, student engagement, and assessment of competency and education in the context of students in healthcare. Chapter Four argues that the three Chinese Primary School elements of class group space, project-based learning, and student clubs make learning more enjoyable for students and help them form a community of practice. Chapter Five examines the role of growth mindset in student learning and engagement at community colleges. Finally, Chapter Six presents a critical review of the existing literature surrounding e-learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Self-Assessment as a Tool for the Enhancement of Learning and Learner Autonomy: A ‘Fresh’ Perspective
(Eleni Athanasiadou and Vasilios Zorbas – Hellenic Open University, Patras, Greece)

Chapter 2. A Cross-National Study of Students’ Affective Outcomes among Middle-School Mathematics Students in the USA and Hong Kong
(Connie Y. Hanke and Barry J. Fraser – Curtin University, Perth, Australia)

Chapter 3. Student Learning in Healthcare
(Christine S. M. Lau and Collette Williams – Medicine, St. George’s University School of Medicine, New York, US, et al.)

Chapter 4. Pleasant and Warm: How Class Group Affects Students’ Learning Experiences and Helps Form a Community of Practice
(Xinlan Sun, Guanyu Li and Kwok Kuen Tsang – College of Educational Administration, Faculty of Education, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China)

Chapter 5. Academic Mindset: A Recipe for Student Learning and Engagement at Community Colleges
(E. Michael Bohlig and Hongwei Yu – CCCSE, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, US, et al.)

Chapter 6. E-Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Critical Review of Existing Literature
(Mohammed Qurait Alenezi – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

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