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Carpenter, S.L., & King-Sears, M.E. (1997). Strategy instruction. In D.F. Bradley, M.E. King-Sears, & D.M. Switlick. Teaching students in inclusive settings (pp. 283-321). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Topic: Learning Strategies
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: This chapter describes strategy instruction as a viable means of teaching students with a range of disabilities to be self-determined, independent learners; it clarifies two models of strategy instruction, provides examples of strategy steps, key student and teacher behaviors, and a framework (SPEED) that outlines the strategic behaviors used by students to solve problems and respond to situational demands.


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