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Self-Advocacy Strategy Instruction: Enhancing Student Motivation, Self-Determination, and Responsibility in the Learning Process

Van Reusen, A.K. (1998). Self-advocacy strategy instruction: Enhancing student motivation, self-determination, and responsibility in the learning process. In M.L. Wehmeyer & D.J. Sands (Eds.), Making it happen: Student involvement in education planning, decision-making, and instruction (pp. 133-152). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brooks Publishing Co.

Topic: Learning Strategies
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: The Self-Advocacy Strategy (IPLAN) is discussed within the larger context of student motivation patterns.

 

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