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Teacher Support that Increases Student Autonomy

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Teacher Support that Increases Student Autonomy

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Students need to be able to make decisions about learning on their own. Are there instructional behaviors teachers can use that move students in that direction? There are, and the research highlighted here offers one very practical set of teacher behaviors that increase student autonomy.

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