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Teacher Practices and Student Motivation in a Middle School Program for African American Males
Examined an instructional program emphasizing African American history and culture to determine classroom experiences and the program's impact on academic motivation for the 18 African American male middle school students. Data provide mixed support for the relationships among autonomy, control, perceived competence, and intrinsic motivation postulated by cognitive evaluation theory. (SLD)
Author/Creator: Hudley, Cynthia A.
Date Published: May
Journal/Secondary Title: Urban Education
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