This action research, mixed methods, case study examined middle school student perceptions of the effectiveness of Club Aspire. Club Aspire is an after-school program created to support the lowest achieving seventh and eighth graders in an Arizona K-8 school. The framework of this study comes from the theory of self-regulation, social learning theory and co-regulation. The primary focus of Club Aspire is to teach low achieving middle school students, self-regulation skills and learning strategies through goal setting, self-regulation learning strategy lessons and co-regulation activities.
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- Middle school education
- Middle School
- self-regulation learning strategies
- self-regulation process
- Middle school education--Activity programs.
- Academic achievement--Psychological aspects.
- Academic Achievement
- Regulatory focus (Psychology)--Study and teaching (Middle school)
- Regulatory focus (Psychology)
- Partial requirement for: Ed.D., Arizona State University, 2017Note typethesis
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 177-182)Note typebibliography
- Field of study: Leadership and innovation