A Motivated Look into Students’ Affective Response to an Authentic Examination Experience
European Association for Research & Learning & Instruction Conference Symposium
NSF, Division Of Undergraduate Education (DUE) 1661100
ECR CORE Collaborative: Getting Real about Engineering: An Exploration of the Emotional Lives and Motivations of Students in the Engineering Classroom
NSF, Division Of Undergraduate Education (DUE)
Pekrun suggests academic emotions are “multi-component, coordinated processes of psychological subsystems including affective, cognitive, motivational, expressive, and peripheral physiological processes” (Pekrun, 2006 p. 316). Limited studies have attempted to tease out potential associations between these processes,particularly around authentic classroom experiences (e.g., exams).
Villanueva, I., J. Husman, and K. Cheng. “A Motivated Look into Students’ Affective Response to Authentic Examination Experience.” European Association for Research and Learning and Instruction (2017): n. pag. Retrieved from https://par.nsf.gov/servlets/purl/10161259