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Student-centered or Content-centered? A Case Study of a Middle School Teacher's Lesson Planning and Instruction in Inclusive Classes

Boudah, D.J., Deshler, D.D., Schumaker, J.B., Lenz, B.K., & Cook, B. (1997). Student-centered or content-centered? A case study of a middle school teacher's lesson planning and instruction in inclusive classes. Teacher Education and Special Education, 20(3), 189-203.

Topic: Professional Development
Subcategory: Research
Summary: This is a two-year qualitative study describing a middle school teacher’s change in lesson plans and instruction from content-centered instruction only to content- and student-centered instruction in an inclusive secondary classroom, as a result of an intensive teacher-researcher professional development interaction.

 

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