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    Research Review on Teacher Emotion in Asia Between 1988 and 2017: Research Topics, Research Types, and Research Methods.Junjun Chen - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10:463472.
    Background. Studies on teacher emotion have steadily become more prominent. However, it has been observed that scholarship on teacher emotion has been dominated by contributions from Western societies. In the absence of a critical mass of empirical research generated from within the region such as Asia, lack of knowledge and capacity to inform policy and practice in teacher education and evaluation mechanism. Methods. The current study sought to mirror the patterns of knowledge production in teacher emotion in terms of research (...)
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    Stricter Teacher, More Motivated Students? Comparing the Associations Between Teacher Behaviors and Motivational Beliefs of Western and East Asian Learners.Yushan Jiang, Chi-Kin John Lee, Zhi Hong Wan & Junjun Chen - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    Teacher behaviors are one of the most significant factors influencing student learning. Students from different cultures may have different interpretations of their teachers’ behaviors. This study compared the associations between teacher strictness, teacher feedback, and students’ motivational beliefs using data from six Western countries and six East Asian regions in the Program for International Student Assessment 2015. A total of 89,869 15-year-old students were included in data analysis. The findings indicate that teacher strictness was negatively associated with Western students’ motivation, (...)
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    Emotional Trajectory at Different Career Stages: Two Excellent Teachers’ Stories.Junjun Chen, John Chi-Kin Lee & Jihe Dong - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    Chinese school teachers’ conceptions of high-stakes and low-stakes assessments: an invariance analysis.Junjun Chen & Timothy Teo - 2019 - Educational Studies 46 (4):458-475.
    The study investigated teachers’ conceptions of high-stakes and low-stakes assessments with a sample of 1,013 school teachers from China. In general, the assessment model indicated that school teac...
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    Editorial: Teacher Emotions Matter—Nature, Antecedents, and Effects.Junjun Chen, Hongbiao Yin & Anne C. Frenzel - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    The “Trade-Off” of Student Well-Being and Academic Achievement: A Perspective of Multidimensional Student Well-Being.Xiaojun Ling, Junjun Chen, Daniel H. K. Chow, Wendan Xu & Yingxiu Li - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Student well-being and its relationships with academic achievement in China have not been well-investigated. This study aimed at investigating student well-being and the trade-off of the well-being and academic achievement with a sample of 1,353 Chinese high-school students from four cities in China during coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic period. The six dimensions of well-being were utilised to test the relationships with three subjects including Mathematics, English, and Chinese using a quantitative analysis. In this study, the relationships between six dimensions of (...)
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    Teaching research group leaders’ perceptions of their engagement in curriculum leadership.Yiming Shan & Junjun Chen - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Understanding how teacher leaders are engaged in curriculum affairs is critical with the implementation of instructional decentralization. The current study adopts a qualitative approach to investigate Teaching Research Group leaders’ involvement in curriculum leadership in the Chinese context. It explores the conceptions of TRG leaders by interviewing 20 of them, observing four meetings held by TRG leaders, and collecting 10 extracts from appraisal summaries of TRG leaders in secondary schools in China. Drawing on the findings, this paper examines the characteristics (...)
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