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Regulation of Motivation: Students’ Motivation Management in Online Collaborative Groupwork


by Jianzhong Xu & Jianxia Du — 2013


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 115 Number 10, 2013, p. 1-27
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17141, Date Accessed: 12/16/2017 6:16:56 AM
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  • Jianzhong Xu
    Mississippi State University
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    JIANZHONG XU is a professor in the Department of Leadership and Foundations at Mississippi State University. His research interests focus on teaching and learning in the school and home setting, in home-school relationships, and in partnerships with culturally diverse families. Recent publications include two articles in American Educational Research Journal, titled “Models of Secondary School Students’ Interest in Homework: A Multilevel Analysis” and “Promoting Student Interest in Science: The Perspectives of Exemplary African American Teachers" (with L. T. Coats and M. L. Davidson).
  • Jianxia Du
    University of Macau
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    JIANXIA DU is an associate professor in Faculty of Education at University of Macau. Her research interests focus on gender, race, and class in education and educational technology, and online collaborative learning. Recent publications include “Graduate Students’ Experiences of Online Collaborative Learning in Web-based Learning Environments” in International Journal of Information Communication and Technology Education and “The Quality of Online Discussion Reported by Graduate Students” in Quarterly Review of Distance Education.
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