learning goal

learning goal

a goal focused on personal improvement in performance. See also task involvement, performance goal.
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dk, the first Danish provider of student learning goal systems, has joined as a Certified Partner in Instructure's global partner program.
Of the "students in the effort feedback group, 90 percent (N=27) selected a learning goal whereas only 41 percent (N=12) of the 29 students In the talent feedback group selected a learning goal.
IS course #7) would align with an IS learning goal and could then align with directly with a university learning goal, bypassing a COB learning goal.
2) The course learning goal and class attendance and test score performance targets are discussed.
a day-long seminar on "Trends in the Workplace" could be valuable but what learning goal does it meet?
Prior research has strongly suggested that a learning goal orientation has positive benefits in the classroom and in the workplace in terms of improving individual performance.
Although the results showed no statistically significant differences in achievement scores between the groups with specific versus general preset learning goals in a hypertext environment, the study showed that the group constructed relational-type maps more frequently under the influence of a specific preset learning goal, indicating that different learning goals can influence users' thinking and patterns of navigation.
Learning goal orientation and use of feedback were positively related; however their effects on accuracy of self-assessment were contrary to those hypothesised.
This study investigates several student characteristics, such as proactive personality and learning goal orientation, and a number of e-learning outcomes including the student's perception of the quality of their learning and overall satisfaction.
Collect, analyze and disseminate assessment data: Data collection can occur on a rolling or phased basis, with assessments of learning goal subsets in each academic year.
Students with a learning goal orientation and an incremental theory of intelligence did well even if they initially had low confidence in their ability to succeed.
The correlation of instructors' and students' rankings of the learning goal "dealing with transference," a goal identified by 10 students, was .

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