“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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