Does student-centered instruction engage students differently? The moderation effect of student ethnicity

  title={Does student-centered instruction engage students differently? The moderation effect of student ethnicity},
  author={Eli Talbert and Tara Hofkens and Ming-Te Wang},
  journal={The Journal of Educational Research},
  pages={327 - 341}
Abstract Student-centered instruction is featured in reforms that aim to improve excellence and equity in mathematics education. Although research on stereotype threat suggests that student-centered instruction may have differential effects on racial minority students, the relationship between student-centered mathematics instruction and student engagement remains understudied. This study examined the relationship between student-centered mathematics instruction and adolescents’ behavioral… 
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