Subject: Theory and practice of education | beliefs in writing skill malleability | PE1-3729 | writing | motivation | self-efficacy | LB5-3640 | achievement goals | English language
It is well established that students’ beliefs in skill malleability influence their academic performance. Specifically, thinking of ability as an incremental (vs. fixed) trait is associated with better outcomes. Though this was shown across many domains, little research... View more
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