Chapters for Interest in Mathematics and Science Learning

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Chapters for Interest in Mathematics and Science Learning

Introduction: On the Power of Interest

Chapter 1: Early Science Learning Experiences: Triggered and Maintained Interest

Chapter 2: The Roles of Interest and Self-Efficacy in the Decision to Pursue Mathematics and Science

Chapter 3: One Size Fits Some: Instructional Enhancements to Promote Interest

Chapter 4: The Effects of Interest and Utility Value on Mathematics Engagement and Achievement

Chapter 5: Interest as Emotion, as Affect, and as Schema

Chapter 6: Perceptions of Science and Their Role in the Development of Interest

Chapter 7: The Relation Between Interest and Self-Regulation in Mathematics and Science

Chapter 8: Promoting Information Seeking and Questioning in Science

Chapter 9: Play as an Aspect of Interest Development in Science

Chapter 10: Interest, Self-Efficacy, and Academic Achievement in a Statistics Lesson

Chapter 11: Intrinsic Motivation, Self-Efficacy, and Interest in Science

Chapter 12: Students’ Pathways of Entry Into STEM

Chapter 13: Undergraduate Students’ Interest in Chemistry: The Roles of Task and Choice

Chapter 14: Teachers Learning How to Support Student Interest in Mathematics and Science

Chapter 15: Emerging Individual Interests Related to Science in Young Children

Chapter 16: Sustaining Interest-Based Participation in Science

Chapter 17: Interest and the Development of Pathways to Science

Chapter 18: Understanding Well-Developed Interests and Activity Commitment

Chapter 19: Fostering Students’ Identification With Mathematics and Science

Chapter 20: Canalization and Connectedness in the Development of Science Interest

Chapter 21: Supporting the Development of Transformative Experience and Interest

Conclusions: Emerging Issues and Themes in Addressing Interest in Learning Mathematics and Science