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When Students Choose Content

When Students Choose Content
A Guide to Increasing Motivation, Autonomy, and Achievement

  • Jeff Passe - University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA

October 1996 | 112 pages | Corwin
Evidence shows that involving students in the curricular decision-making process contributes to improvements in student autonomy and self-regulation, discipline, motivation and overall educational success. Drawing on the author's experience, this step-by-step guide will help teachers to plan and implement this innovative teaching model.
Why Involve Students in Choosing Topics of Study?
How Educational Theory and Research Support the Model
A Step-by-Step Guide to Promoting Student Curricular Decision Making
Student Curriculum Decision Making in Action
Covering Required Content and Other Curricular Goals
Questions and Answers About Student Curricular Decision Making

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