By Benjamin Ayres, Michelle Bristow
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The following discussion of ICT learning culture is based upon the sub-groups of items and the respective item logits presented in the Appendices. It should be noted that logits are standardised measures and the zero point in a scale of item logits does not equate to students being equally divided between affirmation and non-affirmation. Student Reported Learning Attitudes and Behaviours Learning attitudes and behaviours were hypothesised to include information retrieval, cooperative learning, responsibility for learning, self-expression and assessment.
It is also the self-confidence to face the challenge of learning something new, and the belief in learning as an incremental process (Seltzer & Bentley, 2001). , 2001). Evidence exists that ICT increases the confidence of lower attaining students (Wheeler, Waite & Bromfield, 2002). However, some studies have shown that girls appear to be less self-confident than boys regarding their computer skills, even when experience is taken into account (Comber, Colley, Hargreaves & Dom, 1997; Volman, 1997; Durndell, Glissov & Siann, 1995; Huber & Schofield, 1998).
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Anxiety in College Students (Nova Biomedical) by Benjamin Ayres, Michelle Bristow