Supporting Guided-Inquiry Instruction

Palincsar, Annemarie S.; Magnusson, Shirley J.; Cutter, Jane; Vincent, Miriam
January 2002
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p88
Academic Journal
Encourages educators to support guided-inquiry instruction in special education. Advantages offered by such type of teaching strategy in special education; Cognitive/linguistic challenges with such type of teaching method; Suggested interventions to support learning through guided-inquiry instruction.


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