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What does ATL stand for?

ATL stands for Attitudes toward Learning (education)

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  • Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.

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Recent research demonstrates that students develop positive attitudes toward learning, become more productive, and perform better when their learning preferences, including their preferences for completing homework, are accommodated, Iflazoglu and Hong's research examines Turkish students' homework motivation and preferred ways to study at home, and whether certain elements of homework motivation and preferences distinguish varied levels of perceived homework achievement and attitudes toward homework.
According to survey on Canadian Attitudes toward Learning, a majority of parents (73%) report they let their young children (aged two-to-five) watch television, videos and DVDs for more than one hour per day.
These men (yes, all are male) did not displace older attitudes toward learning in England, but they established a climate that by 1500 was hospitable to humanism.