This special issue, Part II in a series devoted to the topic of strategic instruction, explores the issue of traversing the research to practice abyss through the implementation of authentic and effective business development. It reminds us that qbusiness as usualq approaches to teacher in-service programs are unlikely to produce meaningful changes in teachers' classroom practices. In addition, this issue offers strategic instructional approaches to facilitate students' learning and focuses on structuring instruction to promote self-regulated learning. Each article raises important questions about existing practices and offers innovative alternatives to improve outcomes for students and teachers.Prepare manuscripts according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.) ... Authors should comply with the aquot;Guidelines to Reduce Bias in Language, aquot; which appears on pages 61 to 76 of the APA Manual. ... In this way, we are able to provide author feedback in approximately 6 weeks from the time of receipt of the manuscript. ... publisher to request nonexclusive world rights in all languages for use of the material in the article and in future editions.
|Title||:||Exceptionality, Volume 11: Academic Strategy Instruction, Part II: Number 1|
|Author||:||Edwin S. Ellis|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2003-03-01|