Title

The impact of teaching styles and methods of assessment on students psychological characteristics and their performance level in higher education: an empirical investigation

Document Type

Journal Article

Publication Details

Lawson, J., Fazey, D. & Fazey, J. (2000). The impact of teaching styles and methods of assessment on students psychological characteristics and their performance level in higher education: an empirical investigation. Scottish Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 6 (2), 73-84.

Abstract

A study of the motivational orientation and learning styles of 76 first year undergraduates in Sport Sciences reveals a range of relationships. Intrinsic motivation and its misconceptions had a positive affect on students performance levels, and was strongly related to deep approaches to learning.

RIS ID

101641

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