Stuart A. Karabenick.
It is international in scope, with contributors from the . the Netherlands, Japan, and Israel . Stuart A.
Relationship of academic help seeking to the use of learning strategies and other instrumental achievement behavior in college . Strategic help seeking: Implications for learning and teaching.
Relationship of academic help seeking to the use of learning strategies and other instrumental achievement behavior in college students. SA Karabenick, JR Knapp. Journal of educational psychology 83 (2), 221, 1991. Perceived achievement goal structure and college student help seeking. Journal of educational psychology 96 (3), 569, 2004. Pretty pleases: The effects of physical attractiveness, race, and sex on receiving help. PL Benson, SA Karabenick, RM Lerner.
Strategic help-seeking: Implications for learning and teaching. Karabenick, S. & Newman, R. S. (Ed. (2006). Help-seeking in academic settings: Goals, groups, and contexts.
Strategic Help Seeking. Implications for Learning and Teaching. Those who sought help were denigrated as dependent, and the act of relying on others was considered the antithesis of what it means to strive for excellence (. Winterbottom, 1958). Strategic Help Seeking. First Published 1998. That view has changed dramatically, however, with the recognition of help seeking's strategic value in the learning process.
Stuart A. Karabenick and Jean-Louis Berger
Stuart A. Karabenick and Jean-Louis Berger. Zimmerman has long recognized that selÊregulated learning (SRL). At this developmental level, help seeking can be successfully integrated into teaching and learning practices particularly because children are intrinsically motivated to learn and are less competitive as compared to older ages ( White & DiBenedetto, 2015 . .Another educational implication is that both teachers and students need to learn and adopt appropriate help-seeking strategies. Help seeking is primarily a social process ( Karabenick & Berger, 2013 ;White, 2011 ).
Help seeking is currently considered an important learning strategy that is.Karabenick, Help Seeking in Cultural Context. Sandoval, F. Lee, When Is Seeking Help Appropriate?
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Strategic Help Seeking (Implications for Learning and Teaching). By Stuart A.
Strategic Help Seeking (Implications for Learning and Teaching). Help Seeking in Academic Settings (Goals, Groups, and Contexts). Karabenick, Richard S. Newman, Richard S. Newman, Louise Alexitch. Karabenick, Minna Puustinen.
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Help seeking theory falls into two categories where some consider similarity in the process' (. Cepeda-Benito & Short, 1998) while others consider it as dependent upon the problem (. Di Fabio & Bernaud, 2008). Strategic help-seeking: Implications for learning and teaching.
Stuart Hannabuss (School of Information and Media, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen). Strategic information systems.