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Do teachers' cultural beliefs matter for students' school adaptation? : A multilevel analysis of students' academic achievement and psychological school adjustment

Do teachers' cultural beliefs matter for students' school adaptation? : A multilevel analysis of students' academic achievement and psychological school adjustment

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SCHOTTE, Kristin, Camilla RJOSK, Aileen EDELE, Axinja HACHFELD, Petra STANAT, 2022. Do teachers' cultural beliefs matter for students' school adaptation? : A multilevel analysis of students' academic achievement and psychological school adjustment. In: Social Psychology of Education. Springer. 25(1), pp. 75-112. ISSN 1381-2890. eISSN 1573-1928. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s11218-021-09669-0

@article{Schotte2022-02teach-55808, title={Do teachers' cultural beliefs matter for students' school adaptation? : A multilevel analysis of students' academic achievement and psychological school adjustment}, year={2022}, doi={10.1007/s11218-021-09669-0}, number={1}, volume={25}, issn={1381-2890}, journal={Social Psychology of Education}, pages={75--112}, author={Schotte, Kristin and Rjosk, Camilla and Edele, Aileen and Hachfeld, Axinja and Stanat, Petra} }

Attribution 4.0 International Based on two large-scale studies from Germany, we examined how different types of teachers’ cultural beliefs are related to immigrant students’ school adaptation. Specifically, we investigated the relationship of teachers' multicultural beliefs appreciating cultural diversity, their egalitarian beliefs focusing on all students' similarities and their assimilationist beliefs that immigrant students should conform to the mainstream context with immigrant students' academic achievement and psychological school adjustment as indicators of their school adaptation. We also explored all of these associations for non-immigrant students. Study 1 used data on the multicultural, egalitarian, and assimilationist beliefs of German language (N<sub>Teachers</sub> = 220) and mathematics (N<sub>Teachers</sub> = 245) teachers and on students’ achievement and feelings of helplessness in German language classes (N<sub>Students</sub> = 2606) and mathematics classes (N<sub>Students</sub> = 2851) as well as students’ school satisfaction. Study 2 analyzed data on teachers’ multicultural and egalitarian beliefs (N<sub>Teachers</sub> = 456) and students’ achievement and self-concept in mathematics (N<sub>Students</sub> = 4722). Overall, multilevel analyses revealed no relationship between teachers’ cultural beliefs and any of the indicators of immigrant and non-immigrant students’ school adaptation. These findings challenge the notion that overall, teachers’ cultural beliefs effectively translate into students’ school adaptation. Edele, Aileen 2021-12-09T09:42:49Z Hachfeld, Axinja Stanat, Petra 2021-12-09T09:42:49Z Rjosk, Camilla Do teachers' cultural beliefs matter for students' school adaptation? : A multilevel analysis of students' academic achievement and psychological school adjustment Stanat, Petra Schotte, Kristin Rjosk, Camilla 2022-02 Edele, Aileen eng Schotte, Kristin Hachfeld, Axinja

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