Multiple Competencies and Self-regulated Learning: Implications for Multicultural Education
Chi-yue Chiu, Farideh Salili, Ying-yi Hong
IAP, 2001 - Education - 256 pages
Examing multiple competencies and self-regulated learning in multicultural education, this volume covers topics including intelligence tests, knowledge assessment, mathematics in problem solving, and motivation and self-regulation.
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