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2013

Australian Catholic University

Curriculum and Instruction

Indigenous Australian

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Self-Concepts And Educational Outcomes Of Indigenous Australian Students In Urban And Rural School Settings, Alexander Seeshing Yeung, Rhonda G. Craven, Jinnat Ali Jan 2013

Self-Concepts And Educational Outcomes Of Indigenous Australian Students In Urban And Rural School Settings, Alexander Seeshing Yeung, Rhonda G. Craven, Jinnat Ali

Faculty of Education and Arts Publications

Indigenous Australians have been known to be disadvantaged in many ways although higher art and physical self-concepts have been reported with Indigenous samples. Given recent research demonstrating the reciprocal effects of achievement and self-concept in academic domains, Indigenous students may experience further disadvantages in both academic performance and self-concept. A sample of Indigenous and non-Indigenous students (N = 1,342) from schools in New South Wales (NSW), Australia were asked to respond to a survey measuring: 5 domains of self-concept (i.e., school, reading, maths, art, and physical abilities), 2 learning-related factors (enjoyment and participation), and a self-assessment of their school ...