Noncognitive Skills in the Classroom: New Perspectives on Educational Research provides an overview of recent research on the relationship between noncognitive attributes and academic outcomes. Noncognitive attributes are academically and occupationally relevant skills and traits that are not specifically intellectual or analytical in nature. They include motivation, effort, self-regulated learning, self-efficacy, academic self-concept, antisocial and prosocial behavior, and coping and resilience. Poor noncognitive attributes and skills development often accumulate over time and can lead to less desirable educational and economic outcomes in adulthood. This book focuses on how these sets of attributes are measured and how they relate to important academic outcomes.
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