Attribution instruction

Dohrn, Elizabeth; Bryan, Tanis
June 1994
Teaching Exceptional Children;Summer94, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p61
Academic Journal
Features attribution instruction as a method to increase children's feelings of self-efficacy. Attributions as people's ideas about the causes of their experiences; Results of attribution research; Guidelines for attribution instruction through peer tutoring; Key concepts for ensuring a positive outcome for attribution instruction.


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