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“Can I Pick More Than One Project?” Case Studies of Five Teachers Who Used MI-Based Instructional Planning


by M. Gail Hickey — 2004

Five middle grades teachers developed and implemented MI-based units of instruction. Participants experienced varying levels of collegial support for MI-based instruction, found students both embraced and avoided learning choices, noted importance of students' realizing their own personal learning strength(s), and reported motivation for continued MI use in instructional planning.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 106 Number 1, 2004, p. 77-86
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11511, Date Accessed: 12/14/2017 5:53:55 PM

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  • M. Hickey
    Indiana U.-Purdue U. Fort Wayne
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    Gail Hickey is Professor of Education at Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne. She has been an elementary classroom teacher, a gifted resource teacher, and a coordinator of gifted programs. Since 1987, she has trained teachers in elementary social studies methods, curriculum, and gifted education. Her articles and research have been published in numerous professional educational journals. Her textbook, Bringing History Home: Local and Family Projects for Grades K-6, was published by Allyn and Bacon in 1999. Along with other national experts, she authored a K-6 social studies textbook series for Scott Foresman/Pearson Education Publishing (2003). Currently she serves as coinvestigator in a statewide research project designed to study the experiences of recent immigrants to Indiana.
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