by Wisconsin State Universities Consortium of Research Development in Stevens Point, Wis .
Written in English
|Statement||Henry E. Draper & Mary Wanda Vansickle [i.e. M. W. Draper]|
|Contributions||Draper, Mary Wanda, Wisconsin State Universities Consortium of Research Development|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||75|
Engagement can take the form of observable behavior (e.g., participation in the learning activity, on-task behavior), or manifest as internal affective (e.g., interest, positive feelings about the task) and cognitive (e.g., metacognition, self-regulated learning) states (Christenson et al., ). Therefore, when motivation to pursue a goal or Cited by: Phase I featured the development, testing, and factor analysis of an item instrument that addressed cognitive, affective, and psychomotor learning that . The reciprocal relations of motivation with affective, behavioral, and cognitive engagement were tested. Engagement, conceptualized as processes that indicate productive participation in learning activities, was measured using the Activity Engagement Survey with students participating in a variety of activities in both schools and a by: For example, behavioral engagement may appear in a child's sustained attention while reading, affective engagement may be apparent from facial expression and body language in discussing a book.
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