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Self-Regulatory Climate: A Social Resource for Student Regulation and Achievement


by Curt M. Adams, Patrick B. Forsyth , Ellen Dollarhide , Ryan Miskell & Jordan Ware - 2015


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 117 Number 2, 2015, p. 1-28
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17782, Date Accessed: 7/12/2020 9:03:51 AM
 
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  • Curt Adams
    The University of Oklahoma
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    CURT M. ADAMS is an Associate Professor in the department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Oklahoma. He is Co-director of the Oklahoma Center for Education Policy. He studies the social-psychology of schools and school systems.
  • Patrick Forsyth
    The University of Oklahoma
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    PATRICK B. FORSYTH is a Professor in the department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Oklahoma. He is Co-director of the Oklahoma Center for Education Policy. He studies the social-psychology of schools and school systems.
  • Ellen Dollarhide
    The University of Oklahoma
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    ELLEN DOLLARHIDE is a doctoral candidate at the University of Oklahoma and research associate with the Oklahoma Center for Education Policy. She studies the social organization of schools and school systems.
  • Ryan Miskell
    The University of Oklahoma
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    RYAN MISKELL is a doctoral candidate at the University of Oklahoma and research associate with the Oklahoma Center for Education Policy. He studies education and public policy, school accountability, and performance measurement.
  • Jordan Ware
    The University of Oklahoma
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    JORDAN WARE is a doctoral candidate at the University of Oklahoma and research associate with the Oklahoma Center for Education Policy. He studies neighborhood poverty and its effects on learning and development.
 
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