learning goal

learning goal

a goal focused on personal improvement in performance. See also task involvement, performance goal.
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Hypothesis predicted that the motivational responses would be influenced by the different learning goal orientation received across the instructions.
Consider a common learning goal in a sixth-grade mathematics class: "Students will understand the concept of a decimal fraction.
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.
In a high school science lesson that one of us (Ermeling) observed, the learning goal was to understand how dissolved oxygen levels affect biological activity in aquatic environments (Ermeling & Graff-Ermeling, 2016).
For example, a question asked "If you have a departmental learning goal of faith and learning integration, please cut and paste, or write out, the wording of that goal here.
The second task required me to download and read the new Standards of Practice, upon which I was pleased to discover that the GOC had created a learning goal to allow this to be completed without the need for tears or tantrums.
2011), describe a curriculum mapping approach, coupled with a standardized certification exam, for curriculum development and measuring learning goal achievement.
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.
We included learning goal orientation and performance goal orientation as individual-level antecedents of creative contribution (Elliott & Dweck, 1988).
Elliot and Church (1997) and Elliot and Harackiewicz (1996) expanded on the dichotomous goal theory by categorising performance goals orientation into two: performance-approach goal and performance-avoidance goal orientations, thereby having a trichotomous goal framework: learning goal, performance-approach goal and performance-avoidance goal.
According to achievement goal theory, practices that inculcate learning goals are called learning goal endorsement practices, and practices that inculcate performance goals are called performance goal endorsement practices.
Typically these instructional strategies employ activities which involve/require the selection and use of cloud-based resources prior to the class session in which activities are covered relating to a particular learning goal, and reflective activities are constructed to be executed either at the end of the class session or as a homework assignment prior to launching into activities directed at the next course learning objective.

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