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exploratory study into the measurement of curiosity in elementary school children

Wallace H. Maw

exploratory study into the measurement of curiosity in elementary school children

by Wallace H. Maw

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Published in [n.p.] .
Written in English

  • Curiosity in children.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Wallace H. Maw [and] Ethel W. Maw.
    ContributionsMaw, Ethel W., joint author.
    LC ClassificationsBF723.C8 M37
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 310 p.
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5933121M
    LC Control Number64064344

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    The present study employed a longitudinal person-centered approach to examine the profiles of reading motivation in a sample of elementary school students who were tested in grades 3 and 4. Two dimensions of intrinsic reading motivation (involvement and curiosity) and two dimensions of extrinsic reading motivation (recognition and. Cohort Study: A study in which some specific subpopulation, or cohort, is studied over time, although data may be collected from different members in each set of observations. Example: A study on the occupational history of the class of in .

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maw, Wallace H. Exploratory study into the measurement of curiosity in elementary school children. [N.p.] Engelhard & Monsaas () found in a study of elementary school students at one religious school and two American public schools that curiosity in students decreased as grade level increased.

The. Mathematics Anxiety in Young Children: An Exploratory Study Article in The Journal of Experimental Education 81(4) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Research on curiosity has undergone 2 waves of intense activity. The 1st, in the s, focused mainly on curiosity's psychological underpinnings.

The 2nd, in the s and s, was characterized by attempts to measure curiosity and assess its dimensionality. This article reviews these contributions with a concentration on the 1st wave.

It is argued that theoretical accounts Cited by:   Lockhart's Measurement is a work of mathematical beauty. From the very humble beginnings of the mathematics of shape, he develops a mathematical edifice including ideas of Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Higher-Dimensional Geometry, Coordinate Geometry, Projective Geometry, Vector Geometry, Elementary Algebra, and Differential and Integral /5.

Abstract. Children’s curiosity often manifests in their exploration—actions that are intended to reveal novel information.

In this chapter, we argue that in order to understand how exploration can guide children’s learning, they must first develop an understanding of what learning is and when it occurs in others, as well as a more metacognitive understanding of Cited by: 2.

The hands-on exploratory nature of studies in the classroom taps into children's natural curiosity, resulting in a learning environment that is both fun and intentional.

This Mathematics Skills Kit offers a wide range of tools and materials to support and encourage growth and exploration across math concepts.

Understanding How Young Children Learn. by Wendy L. Ostroff. Table of Contents. Chapter 1. Understanding Children's Motivation. motivation is the driving desire behind all action and is the precursor and cornerstone to learning.

It is no exaggeration to say that children have boundless energy for living and learning. This paper examines the relationships among these three constructs — school context, student attitudes and behavior, and achievement — using longitudinal data from a large-scale high school reform effort.

The analysis is exploratory in nature, in that it tests one particular hy-pothesis about the relationships among these constructs. Data were collected from elementary school children who participated in the HCAP (% male, age: M =SD =Grade 2: N = 9, Grade 3: N = 54, Grade 4: N = 54), which provides extracurricular enrichment courses for talented elementary school : Julia Schiefer, Jessika Golle, Maike Tibus, Ulrich Trautwein, Kerstin Oschatz.

The power of open-ended questions comes from the way these questions tap into that natural cycle, inviting children to pursue their own curiosity about how the world works.

Open-ended questions show children that their teachers trust them to have good ideas, think for themselves, and contribute in valuable ways.

Prior to his death, he was researching children's exploratory and play behavior, as well as the role of computer graphics in fostering creativity in school children.

Joachim F. Wohlwill died on J Return to Table of Contents. These notes also provide a small window into science for young children that is based on several beliefs that have guided my work: (1) doing science is a natural and critical part of children’s early learning; (2) children’s curiosity about the natural world is a powerful catalyst for their work and play; (3) with the appropriate guidance.

Explain three ways that educators can use the Wechsler Intelligence Scales for Children, 4th edition (WISC-IV, ) as a more accurate index of giftedness that using its Full-Scale IQ (FSIQ) score, including using the Dumont-WIllis Index-1 (DWI-1), Flanagan and Kaufman's General Ability Index (GAI, ), and a simple practical approach to identification, service provision.

Research indicates the need to further examine the dimensions of reading motivation. A clear theoretical basis is necessary for conceptualizing reading motivation and considering contextual differences therein.

The present study develops and validates the SRQ-Reading Motivation, a questionnaire measuring recreational and academic reading motivation based on self. Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education is becoming more prevalent at the elementary level, and there has been a push to focus on the integration between the STEM disciplines.

Researchers within this study sought to understand the extent to which triads composed of a classroom teacher, student teacher, and an engineering fellow were able. This study investigates the effects of a doodle-book program intervention on creative imagination and divergent thinking on figural material of 4- to 6-year-old children.

A total of 67 children participated in the intervention, using a program entitled Creative Doodle: The Adventures of Dragonfly Grazka, and 61 children formed the control by:   The majority of study participants were children older than six years, with much research focusing on 9-years-old and elementary-school students ( %).

Out of 44 studies, about half ( %) focused on children (under 9 years old) and took place in Australian and American museums (e.g. Anderson et al. ; Mallos ).Cited by: SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK JOURNAL.

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School counselors and counseling practitioners should be cautiously optimistic in applying the results of our study to the general population of elementary-age children. It has been shown that career interventions do appear to have some impact on the career awareness and exploratory behaviors of children (Gibson, ; Lapan, ; Magnuson.

Discussion of teaching meaningful social studies to all students considers culture and cultural diversity in depth, as well as the needs of English Language Learners.; Lesson Plans in the learning cycle format throughout the text and Classroom scenes throughout each chapter provide future elementary and middle school teachers with a window into the classroom; these lessons Format: On-line Supplement.Through a study of geometry, fifth grade students develop concepts and classifications about 2-D and 3-D shapes and solids.

Students understand linear measurement including area, perimeter, the measure of angles, and volume. Through the study of data and measurement, students collect, represent, describe, and interpret 1 teacher intervention with elementary school children in death-related situations: an exploratory study by trudie l.

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