Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 3, March

Affective Responses of Students Who Witness Classroom Cheating
For this study, 82 general psychology students (51 females, 31 males) witnessed a peer cheating while completing a test. Following the incident, we tape recorded semi-structured interviews with each student who saw the cheating event for later analysis....
A Rationale for Participant Evaluation
There are many different models or approaches to doing program evaluation. Fitzpatrick, Sanders, and Worthen (2004) classify them into five general approaches: (a) objectives oriented, (b) management oriented, (c) consumer oriented, (d) expertise oriented,...
Examining the Relationship between School Administrators' Efficacy and Goal Orientations
Motivation is a complex, multidimensional element needed for learning and performance. There are a multitude of theories of motivation in the literature. No one theory fully explicates motivation. To understand and make better use of the motivation construct,...
What Motivates Students to Learn? Contribution of Student-to-Student Relations, Student-Faculty Interaction and Critical Thinking Skills
This study used standard multiple linear regression to investigate relationships between student motivation, critical thinking skills, student-to-student relations, and student-faculty interaction with a sample of 2,190 undergraduate students. The study...