Report on Cognitive and Metacognitive Learning Strategies available

September 1991
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Sep91, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p186
Academic Journal
Features the report which provides background information and identifies factors that should be considered by school personnel contemplating the development and implementation of strategy instruction called `Cognitive and Metacognitive Learning Strategies--Their Role in the Instruction of special Education Students,' released by the Information Center.


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