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Student autonomy and course value: the unique and cumulative roles of various teacher practices

Student autonomy and course value: the unique and cumulative roles of various teacher practices

“...Results suggested that students’ experience of autonomy plays an important role in their course value, and especially their intrinsic and utility value for a course.” (p.27)

Patall, E. A., Dent, A. L., Oyer, M., & Wynn, S. R. (2013). Student autonomy and course value: the unique and cumulative roles of various teacher practices. Motivation and Emotion, 37(1), 14– 32

Resource Theme(s): Developing capstone curriculum to enhance student achievement, Understanding student autonomy to enhance student achievement

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