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Helen M. G. Watt
Helen M. G. Watt
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Motivational factors influencing teaching as a career choice: Development and validation of the FIT-Choice scale
HMG Watt, PW Richardson
The Journal of experimental education 75 (3), 167-202, 2007
15702007
Who chooses teaching and why? Profiling characteristics and motivations across three Australian universities
PW Richardson, HMG Watt
Asia‐Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 34 (1), 27-56, 2006
12222006
Motivations, perceptions, and aspirations concerning teaching as a career for different types of beginning teachers
HMG Watt, PW Richardson
Learning and instruction 18 (5), 408-428, 2008
10482008
Motivations for choosing teaching as a career: An international comparison using the FIT-Choice scale
HMG Watt, PW Richardson, U Klusmann, M Kunter, B Beyer, U Trautwein, ...
Teaching and teacher education 28 (6), 791-805, 2012
8902012
Development of adolescents' self‐perceptions, values, and task perceptions according to gender and domain in 7th‐through 11th‐grade Australian students
HMG Watt
Child development 75 (5), 1556-1574, 2004
8112004
Development of mathematics interest in adolescence: Influences of gender, family, and school context
AC Frenzel, T Goetz, R Pekrun, HMG Watt
Journal of research on adolescence 20 (2), 507-537, 2010
7172010
‘I’ve decided to become a teacher’: Influences on career change
PW Richardson, HMG Watt
Teaching and teacher education 21 (5), 475-489, 2005
5112005
Gendered motivational processes affecting high school mathematics participation, educational aspirations, and career plans: a comparison of samples from Australia, Canada, and …
HMG Watt, JD Shapka, ZA Morris, AM Durik, DP Keating, JS Eccles
Developmental psychology 48 (6), 1594, 2012
4732012
The role of motivation in gendered educational and occupational trajectories related to maths
HMG Watt
Educational Research and Evaluation 12 (4), 305-322, 2006
3422006
An introduction to teaching motivations in different countries: Comparisons using the FIT-Choice scale
HMG Watt, PW Richardson
Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 40 (3), 185-197, 2012
3132012
The development of students' mathematics self‐concept in relation to gender: Different countries, different trajectories?
G Nagy, HMG Watt, JS Eccles, U Trautwein, O Lüdtke, J Baumert
Journal of Research on Adolescence 20 (2), 482-506, 2010
2832010
Teacher motivation
PW Richardson, SA Karabenick, HM Watt
Theory and Practice; Routledge: Hoboken, NJ, USA, 3-36, 2014
274*2014
Current and future directions in teacher motivation research
PW Richardson, HMG Watt
The decade ahead: Applications and contexts of motivation and achievement …, 2010
2742010
Factors influencing teaching choice in Turkey
A Kılınç, HMG Watt, PW Richardson
Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 40 (3), 199-226, 2012
2552012
Teacher burnout and turnover intent
N Rajendran, HMG Watt, PW Richardson
The Australian Educational Researcher 47 (3), 477-500, 2020
2442020
Attitudes to the use of alternative assessment methods in mathematics: A study with secondary mathematics teachers in Sydney, Australia
HMG Watt
Educational studies in mathematics 58, 21-44, 2005
2192005
Gender and occupational outcomes: Longitudinal assessments of individual, social, and cultural influences.
HMG Watt, JS Eccles
American Psychological Association, 2008
2062008
The leaky mathematics pipeline for girls: A motivational analysis of high school enrolments in Australia and the USA
HMG Watt, JS Eccles, AM Durik
Equal Opportunities International 25 (8), 642-659, 2006
1822006
Teachers’ classroom management self-efficacy, perceived classroom management and teaching contexts from beginning until mid-career
R Lazarides, HMG Watt, PW Richardson
Learning and Instruction 69, 101346, 2020
1702020
Teacher professional identity and career motivation: A lifespan perspective
PW Richardson, HMG Watt
Research on teacher identity: Mapping challenges and innovations, 37-48, 2018
1572018
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