Facing motivational challenges in secondary education: A classroom intervention in low-track schools and the role of migration background

Claudia C. Sutter-Brandenberger, Gerda Hagenauer & Tina Hascher
Empirical findings have repeatedly demonstrated that students’ motivation decreases over the course of secondary education. This decline in learning motivation is one of the top challenges nowadays and is relevant for policy, as well as research and practice. Taking this educational challenge into account, the chapter targets the following questions: (1) Is a multicomponent, two-year intervention (combined student/teacher versus student-only intervention group) effective regarding the self-determined motivation and academic self-concept in mathematics of at-risk students?...
This data repository is not currently reporting usage information. For information on how your repository can submit usage information, please see our documentation.