You are here

When Students Choose Content
Share

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

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


August 1996 | 112 pages | Corwin
Involving students in creating their own curriculum heightens the learning process, contributes to student autonomy and self-regulation, decreases discipline problems, increases motivation, and improves educational outcomes.

 
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

Purchasing options

For large school/district orders, volume discounts, availability and shipping times contact customer service at 800-233-9936
or order@corwin.com.

contact corwin

Please select a format:

ISBN: 9780803964495
$22.95
ISBN: 9780803964488
$56.95

For large school/district orders, volume discounts, availability and shipping times contact customer service at 800-233-9936
or order@corwin.com.

For instructors