Editor: Russell F. Waugh
Edith Cowan University, 2005
1 - Measuring Academic Motivation To Achieve For Malaysian High School Students Using A Rasch Measurement Model (pp. 3-35). Waugh Russell F., Njiru, Joseph N.
2 - Linking Student Behaviours And Attitudes Towards Information And Communication Technology With Learning Processes, Teacher Instruction And Classroom (pp. 37-65). Cavanagh, Robert F. , Romanoski, Joseph T.
3 - Sequential Application Of Rasch Analysis And Structural Equation Modeling To Investigate Elementary School Classroom Learning Culture (pp. 67-87). Cavanagh, Robert F. , Romanoski, Joseph T.
4 - Attitude To Mathematics For Primary-Aged Students: A Comparison Of True Score And Rasch Measurement (pp. 89-105) . Waugh, Russell F., Chapman, Elaine S.
5 - Attitude Towards Mathematics Of 11-Yearolds: Analysis Of A Questionnaire And Its Relation To Mathematical Achievement (pp. 107-116). Irwin, R. John, Irwin, Kathryn C.
6 - Accountability In The Academy: Rasch Measurement Of Student Feedback Surveys (pp. 119-129) . Bond, Trevor G.
7 - Creating Scales To Measure Reading Comprehension, And Attitude And Behaviour, For Prathom (Grade) 7 Students Taught ESL Through A Genre-Based Method In Thailand (pp. 133-173) . Waugh, Russell F., Bowering, Margaret H., Torok, Sanguansri
8 - Genre-Based Teaching Versus Traditional Teaching Of English As A Second Language In Prathom 7 In Thailand (pp. 175-182) . Waugh, Russell F. , Bowering, Margaret H. , Torok, Sanguansri
9 - Creating Scales To Measure Reading Comprehension, And Attitude And Behaviour, For Prathom 6 (Grade 6) Students Taught ESL Through A Cooperative Learning Method In Thailand (pp. 183-219) . Waugh, Russell F. , Bowering, Margaret H. , Chayarathee, Sutaporn
10 - Cooperative Learning Versus Communicative Thai Teaching Of English As A Second Language For Prathom (Grade) 6 Students Taught In Thailand (pp. 221-232) . Waugh, Russell F., Bowering, Margaret H. , Chayarathee, Sutaporn
11 - A Philosophical Perspective On The Utility Of Quantitative Methods In Educational Research (pp. 235-256) . Reynolds, Peter S., Cavanagh Robert F.
12 - The Nature And Prevalence Of Psychopathic Tendencies Among Mainstream School Children And Adolescents: Traditional And Latent-Trait Approaches (pp. 259-280) . Houghton, Stephen, West, John, Tan, Carol
13 - The Assessment And Diagnosis Of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) In Children (pp. 281-307). Leach, David J., Brewer, Douglas F.
14 - Analysis Of The Collectivism And Individualism Scale Using A Rasch Measurement Model (pp. 311-332) . Snider, Paul D., Styles, Irene
Editor: Russell F. Waugh
Edith Cowan University, 2004
Prologue; About the Authors
1. Self-regulated Learning, Measured Using a Rasch Model (Russell F. Waugh)
2. Relationships Between Cognitive Development and School Achievement: A Rasch Measurement Approach (Trevor Bond, James Cook University)
3. Empirical Study of Boys' Academic Motivation (Roger Vallance, Notre Dame University)
4. Honoring the Differences: A Re-examination of Academic Motivation with Reference to Student Gender (Caroline Mansfield and Roger Vallance, Notre Dame University)
5. Linking Academic Self-concept to Self-reported Behavior using Rasch Measurement (Russell F. Waugh)
6. Fluency in the Classroom (David Leach, Catherine A. Coyle, Murdoch University and Peter G. Cole, Educational Consultant)
7. A Latent-trait Measurement Approach to the Assessment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Children and Adolescents (John West, Stephen Houghton & Myra Taylor, University of Western Australia)
8. University Acceptance of Peers with Disabilities: A Rasch Measurement (Russell F. Waugh and Minoti Biswas, Edith Cowan University)
9. Organizational and Learning Community Conceptions of Schools: Implications for Understanding and Researching School Improvement (Robert F. Cavanagh & Graham B. Dellar, Curtin University of Technology)
10. Parent and School Partnerships: Reconciling Different Perceptions (Joan Gribble and Leonie Rennie, Curtin University of Technology)
11. Linking Classroom Environment with Educational Outcomes Using a Rasch Measurement Model (Russell F. Waugh and Robert F. Cavanagh, Curtin University)
12. Perspectives in Teaching and Learning: An Appeal to the Educational Psychologists (Geoffrey Waugh, University of New South Wales)
13. Teacher Leadership in Early Childhood Education: A Rasch Measurement Model Analysis (Russell F. Waugh, Glenda S. Boyd & Loraine F. Corrie, Edith Cowan University)
Frontiers in Educational Psychology: On the Forefront of Educational Psychology. Waugh R.F. Rasch Measurement Transactions, 2005, 19:2 p. 1017
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