Developing ownership in learning

Voltz, Deborah L.; Damiano-Lantz, Margaret
June 1993
Teaching Exceptional Children;Summer93, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p18
Academic Journal
Discusses ownership in learning and the methods used for its development on students with disabilities. Development of a sense of connectedness, active involvement and personal investment in the learning process; Strategies for developing ownership in learning; Environment; Student involvement in classroom management; Emphasis on student ownership in academics.


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