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The choice is yours: The effects of autonomy-supportive instruction on students’ learning and communication

The choice is yours: The effects of autonomy-supportive instruction on students’ learning and communication

“Results revealed that autonomy-supportive instruction caused students to (a) become more intrinsically motivated which in turn, caused them to (3) put more effort into completing a learning packet, (c) sustain their attention, and report they would (d) participate in future classes with that instructor, and (e) refrain from spreading negative comments.” (p.80)

Baker, J. P., & Goodboy, A. K. (2019). The choice is yours: The effects of autonomy-supportive instruction on students’ learning and communication. Communication Education, 68(1), 80-102.

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

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