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University of Arizona
Course:
Fshd 377 - Adolescence

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FSHD 377 NOTES FOR EXAM 3 Achievement and Schools Guiding Questions What is achievement What contributes to motives that lead to achievement How can schools and families foster achievement Achievement Definition development of motives capabilities interests and behaviors that have to do with performance in evaluative situations o includes performance in educational settings Hopes and plans for future scholastic and occupational careers Most common o Schooling achieving a high school degree evaluative in the fact that you have to pass graduation tests or obtain high enough grades to graduate o Financial achievement learn skills and how knowledge behaviors to have a good credit score financially stable etc Achievement and Adolescence Begin to evaluate own talents abilities and opportunities o Sophisticated thinking about the future Preparation for adult roles o Make numerous educational and occupational decisions decisions made during adolescence are more consequential than those of childhood o however achievement not limited to adolescence Occupational Achievement process may be parallel or be a part of identity development o Examination of one s traits abilities and interests o Experimentation with different work roles o Involves an integration of influences from one s past with one s hopes for the future o Influenced by social environment Labor force changes higher education o Young adulthood is now more important than adolescence o Occupational plan development may not occur until end of college o Choosing a career could occur well after college graduation FSHD 377 NOTES FOR EXAM 3 The role of non cognitive factors related to achievement Motives Mastery motivation intrinsic seek to improve their competence o Believe they have control facots related to learning growth mindset o Don t give up easy when challenged sets in place a positive cycle o Declines across grade level tied to teacher school values o Autonomy support and home environment matter Performance



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