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Learning Strategy Instruction for At-Risk and Learning-Disabled Adults: The Development of Strategic Learners Through Apprenticeship

Hock, M.F., Deshler, D.D. & Schumaker, J.B. (1993). Learning strategy instruction for at-risk and learning-disabled adults: The development of strategic learners through apprenticeship. Preventing School Failure, 38(1), 43-49.

Topic: Tutoring
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: A pilot study developed within the context of the Strategic Learner Apprenticeship model, including the DETECT strategy and the TACTIC strategy, is discussed.

 

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