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Self-concept, achievement and multicultural education

Self-concept, achievement and multicultural education

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Published by Macmillan in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children of minorities -- Education -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Gajendra K. Verma and Christopher Bagley.
    ContributionsVerma, Gajendra K. 1935-, Bagley, Christopher.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC3736.G6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii,276p. :
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22505798M
    ISBN 100333358805

    esteem while a negative self-concept is often synonymous with a lack of feelings of personal worthiness and self-acceptance. In the context of the classroom, research has shown that a persistent and significant relationship exists between the self- concept and academic performance. Self-concept affects learning. B> Multicultural Education of Children and Adolescents covers the five prevalent cultural groups and shows the components of responsive multicultural education programs. Focusing on African, Asian, European, Hispanic, and Native American cultures, this comprehensive book explores language, family, social class, and learning challenges. In this third edition, the authors have expanded the. The Study This study by Don Hamachek, professor of educational psychology in the College of Education at Michigan State University, summarizes 25 years of research concerning the interactive and reciprocal relationship between self-concept and school also proposes an informal inventory that can be used as a tool by teachers and counselors to assess whether a student’s self.


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Achievement, Behaviour Disorder and Social Circumstances in West Indian Children and Other Ethnic Groups. Multicultural education is a process that permeates all aspects of school practices, policies and organization as a means to ensure the highest levels of academic achievement for all students.

It helps students develop a positive self-concept by providing knowledge about the histories, cultures, and contributions of diverse groups.

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This is an exellent book on pupil achievement. The book gives insight into factors influencing classroom learning and personal conduct. The book is currently out of print. However, it should be re-issued and be made required reading for all who participate in the education process.5/5(2).

Cite this chapter as: Young L., Bagley C. () Self-Esteem, Self-Concept and the Development of Black Identity: A Theoretical Overview. In: Verma G.K., Bagley C. (eds) Self-Concept, Achievement and Multicultural by: 6. program. Initial measures of self concept, attitudes toward school, and achievement were obtained on all students in the 4th, 5th, and 6th grades of the experimental and con trol schools.

Initial and final measures of self concept and school relations were ob tained on lower grade children only in the experimental school. Self Concept and School Achievement. Purkey, William Watson The purpose of this book is to help make what is known about self concept an important part of what goes on in schools.

Self-Concept Clarityfills varied theoretical, empirical, and practical needs across mental health fields, and will enhance the work of academics, psychologists interested in the construct as an area of research, and clinicians working with clients struggling with developing and improving their self-concept clarity.

self-concept and school performance resulting in developments and advancements in later school performance and self-concept.

The literature stresses that the associations between academic self-concept and school performance do not imply that high self-concept leads to excellent achievement (e.g., Baumeister, Campbell, Krueger & Vohs, ).File Size: KB.

This book, third in a series, is designed to present educators with current research and emerging issues in teaching, learning, and motivation in a multicultural context. The introduction contains: (1) "Recent Developments in Multicultural Education: Issues and Ideas" (Farideh Salili and Rumjahn Hoosain).

Part 2, "Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives: Issues and Applications in Cited by: 1. Self-concept and academic achievement: Slovenia and France Article (PDF Available) in Personality and Individual Differences 30(5) April with 4, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Multicultural education means to ensure the highest levels of academic achievement for all students: it helps students develop a positive self-concept by providing knowledge about the histories, cultures, and contributions of diversity : Hardcover.

Prentice-Hall, - Education - 86 pages 0 Reviews Draws a parallel between a student's scholastic performance and his self concept, and offers teachers a guide to humanistic education. variables of self-concept, achievement motivation and academic achievement.

Key words: Self-concept, Achievement motivation, Academic achievement, Locale, Gender and management. INTRODUCTION. Educated manpower is the emerging need of any nation as educated and skilled human resource is asset for any country.

It becomes indispensable toFile Size: 1MB. Shirley, OLB The impact of multicultural education on self concept, racial attitude, and student achievement of Black and White fifth and sixth graders University of Mississippi Unpublished doctoral dissertation Google ScholarCited by: Request PDF | Children's Self-Concept: A Multicultural Comparison | Self-concept is critical in the social and emotional development of children, although little research has examined its.

The role of academic self-concept in academic achievement 36 The influence of a positive and a negative academic self-concept on academic achievement 39 A humble or realistic self-concept and academic achievement 41 The relationship between academic self-concept and academic achievement 43 Motivation show a significant correlation between self-concept, study habit and academic achievement of students.

A significant difference is found between students at the higher secondary level in state, matriculation and central board schools, pertaining to self-concept, study habit and academic Size: KB.

Keywords: Self-concept, Achievement Motivation, High School Students. High school education stage plays a significant role in the quest to develop the nation’s future manpower for rapid development Quist (). High school education is the foundation for higher education.

File Size: KB. Teachers with a multicultural education perspective can assist students through culturally relevant teaching, which Gay (, 1) defined as “using the cultural knowledge, prior experiences.

Academic self-concept, autonomous academic motivation, and academic achievement: Mediating and additive effects Frédéric Guay⁎, Catherine F. Ratelle, Amélie Roy, David Litalien Faculty of Educational Sciences, Laval University article info abstract Article history: Received 12 August Received in revised form 15 June Accepted 2 File Size: KB.

Teaching, Learning, and Motivation in a Multicultural Context. Edited by: Farideh Salili, The University of Hong Kong Rumjahn Hoosain, The University of Hong Kong A volume in the series: Research in Multicultural Education and International (s): Fred Dervin, University of Helsinki, t Gross, Bar Ilan University.

Published Self-Concept, Motivation and Identity Underpinning Success with Research and Practice. Edited by: Frédéric Guay, Université Laval Québec Herbert Marsh, Australian Catholic University Dennis M.

McInerney, The Education University of Hong Kong Rhonda G. Craven, Australian Catholic University A volume in the series: International Advances in Self Research.

Fig. 1 presents three conceptual models that represent the relations among the variables under study. The first model, which is based on SDT and self-concept theory (Marsh, ), proposes that autonomous academic motivation mediates the contribution of academic self-concept to academic achievement (see Fig.

1a).That is, because they feel competent when performing academic tasks, Cited by: relationship between the self concept and academic achievement have been conducted. An excellent overview of many of these studies can be found in William Purkey's book, Self concept and school achievement. In reviewing any study of the relationship between self concept and school achievement we should remain alert to Purkey's reminder that.

Some Relationships Between Level of Self-Concept, Academic Achievement and Class-room Adjustment," (Ph.D. Thesis Denton: North Texas State College, ). 6 Richard J. Morse, " Self-Concept of Ability, Significant Others and School Achievement of Eighth Grade Students: A Comparative Investigation of Negro and.

Whether in a social studies class, a multicultural unit, or simply for enjoyment, teachers and parents can use these literature journeys to stimulate children’s wonder and increase our cultural awareness of the many different people, cultures, and ways of life around the world. When choosing children’s literature to increase global.

specifying the concept of multicultural education also showed that, attention to multicultural education curriculum, at global and national situation is an inevitable necessity. At the end of study, the components of multicultural education were identified.

In summary, the following were noted: Anti-racism education. Multicultural education means to ensure the highest levels of academic achievement for all students: it helps students develop a positive self-concept by providing knowledge about the histories, cultures, and contributions of diversity groups.

Self-Concept and Identity. Children’s understanding of themselves changes over time as they develop. Erikson developed stages of psychosocial development to point out the needs of children.

Children experience racial and ethnic identity, develop self-concepts, and develop self-esteem. Teachers can, again, assist students in all of these developmental processes. Multicultural education means to ensure the highest levels of academic achievement for all students: it helps students develop a positive self-concept by providing knowledge about the histories, cultures, and contributions of diversity groups.

Self-Concept, Achievement and Multicultural Education GAJENDRA VERMA & CHRISTOPHER BAGLEY, (Eds) () London, Macmillan?, xxii+ pp. Each of these books is firmly grounded in a different intellectual tradition-Tierney's in Marxian soci-ology and Verma and Bagley's in empiricist experimental psychology.

This partly accounts for the diffe. Multicultural Education: Research Problems The third dimension of Williams' multicultural curriculum - t n e socio-political perspective - stems from the sociology of knowledge. Thus, the change to a multi-cultural curriculum implies "that internal colonial cultural domination will cease".Cited by: 1.

self-concept, enhancing independence, and inspiring self-advocacy. Multicultural education rejects the view that schools Studies reveal that most students who are gifted do not match their tested ability with comparable achievement in school.

The greatest challenge facing these students is. The book will be of great interest to students and researchers in social, personality, and cognitive psychology, but, through the accessibility of its writing style, it will also appeal to those outside of academic psychology with an interest in the psychological processes that lead to our self-insight.

Self-concept and school achievement: Interaction dynamics and a tool for assessing the self-concept component. Journal of Counseling and Development, 73, Harry, B.

Self-Concept and Education An attractive dark-skinned black child with a tall and slender body, Jewel inhabits her third-grade universe with the energetic self-assuredness of someone who is eager for the next lesson, the next week, the next grade, her future.

She's eight years old-going on nine, not. (). The impact of self-concept on language learning. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development: Vol. 37, No.

2, pp. Cited by: 1.Improving Academic Achievement and Self-Concept in Elementary School Students Through Mentoring Programs: A Preliminary Study Bobbie A. Birdsall, Diana M. Doumas, Robin Hausheer, Mary Ellen Frischmuth, Laura L.

Gallo, and Alexia K. Jahn Birdsall, Bobbie A., PhD, LCPC, LMFT, is an associate professor emeritus at.