Document Type

Report

Publisher

Edith Cowan University

Place of Publication

Mount Lawley, Western Australia

School

School of Education

Comments

Angus, M. (2010). Pipeline Project: Trajectories of classroom behaviour and academic progress : a study of student engagement with learning. Mount Lawley, Australia: Edith Cowan University.

Abstract

The Pipeline Project addresses three questions concerning the relationship between the classroom behaviour of students and their academic performance. First, to what extent does classroom behaviour explain why students fall behind and fail to meet acceptable standards in literacy and numeracy; second, if student classroom behaviour does influence academic performance, what forms of classroom behaviour are of most significance; and third, are the students whose behaviour has contributed to their underperformance in literacy and numeracy likely to ever catch up?

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