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12 Schools, Academic Motivation, and Stage-Environment Fit

Individual Bases of Adolescent Development

II. Domains of Individual Development in Adolescence

  1. Jacquelynne S. Eccles1,
  2. Robert W. Roeser2

Published Online: 30 OCT 2009

DOI: 10.1002/9780470479193.adlpsy001013

Handbook of Adolescent Psychology

Handbook of Adolescent Psychology

How to Cite

Eccles, J. S. and Roeser, R. W. 2009. Schools, Academic Motivation, and Stage-Environment Fit. Handbook of Adolescent Psychology. 1:II:12.

Author Information

  1. 1

    University of Michigan, Institute for Social Research on Research Center for Group Dynamics Achievement Research Lab, Ann Arbor, Michigan

  2. 2

    Portland State University, Department of Psychology, Portland, Oregon

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 30 OCT 2009

Abstract

  • An Ecological View of Schools and Their Impact on Development During Adolescence
  • Level 1: Classrooms
  • Level 1: Summary
  • Level 2: School Buildings
  • Summary of School-Level Effects
  • Level 3: School Districts and Secondary School Transitions
  • Level 4: Schools as Embedded Organizations in the Larger Community
  • Secondary School Reform Efforts
  • Summary and Conclusions

Keywords:

  • schools;
  • teachers;
  • achievement;
  • motivation;
  • social contexts