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As a negative self concept is learned it is then important to acknowledge that it can be changed. There are many strategies that can be use inside and outside the classroom to help gifted children achieve academically in the classroom and overcome negative self concepts. In . ogers and P. Kutnick (ed., The social psychology of the primary school London: Routledge. Stipek, . (1993) Motivation to learn: From theory to practice (2nd e.
Relationship between self-concept, self-esteem, anxiety, depression and academic achievement in adolescents. Journal of Applied Sciences, 7(7), 995–1000. Atef-vahid, . & Fard-Kashani, A. (2011). Atkinson, J. & Litwin, G. H. (1960).
The effects on student achievement and attitudes when using integrated learning . Longitudinal analysis of time, engagement, and achievement in at-risk versus non-risk students. Children 57(6): 521–535.
The effects on student achievement and attitudes when using integrated learning systems with cooperative pairs. Effects of reciprocal peer tutoring on mathematics and school adjustment: A component analysis. Greenwood, C. Carta, J. and Hall, R. V. (1988). The use of peer tutoring strategies in classroom management and educational instruction.
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Completion of educational benchmarks such as secondary school . Self-control is usually measured through self completed questionnaires.
Completion of educational benchmarks such as secondary school diplomas and bachelor's degrees represent academic achievement. Fitbits, field-tests, and grades: The effects of a healthy and physically active lifestyle on the academic performance of first year college students". International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology: 1–12. a b c Gutman, Leslie; Schoon, Ingrid (2013).
Evidence clearly indicates an interaction between self-concept and achievement, with achievement effecting . Related books and articles.
Evidence clearly indicates an interaction between self-concept and achievement, with achievement effecting self-concept and vice versa (Beane & Lipka, 1987). Hamachek, 1995; Rumbaugh & Brown, 2000). Self-concept can also be broken down into context-specific domains (Shavelson, Hubner & Stanton, 1976).
Using this measure the study investigates whether musical self-theories are . Despite theories of intelligence being uncorrelated with general cognitive ability (Dweck et a. 1995; .
Using this measure the study investigates whether musical self-theories are related to students' musical development as indexed by their concurrent musical activities and their performance on a battery of listening tests . The effect of failure on motivation can vary substantially from child to child (Diener and Dweck, 1980). Robins and Pals, 2002), theories of intelligence do reliably predict academic performance in students, especially when the learning environment is a challenging one.