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Strategy-Based Adaptive Instruction in Content-Area Classes. Social Validity of Six Options

Ellis, E.S., & Sabornie, E.J. (1990). Strategy-based adaptive instruction in content-area classes. Social validity of six options. Teacher Education and Special Education, 13(2) 133-144.

Topic: Professional Development
Subcategory: Research
Summary: A series of repeated measures one way analysis of variance; (as well as qualitative measures) of 13 content teachers’ perceptions of familiarity, value, use, assistance, and reasonableness of implementing 6 cognitive strategy-based adaptive teaching procedures is described.

 

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