- Teacher Support
- School Engagement
- Cognitive Engagement
- Classroom Context
- Emotional Engagement
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Fredricks, J.A., Blumenfeld, P., Friedel, J., Paris, A. (2005). School Engagement. In: Moore, K.A., Lippman, L.H. (eds) What Do Children Need to Flourish?. The Search Institute Series on Developmentally Attentive Community and Society, vol 3. Springer, Boston, MA . https://doi.org/10.1007/0-387-23823-9_19
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