Student Ownership of Learning as a Key Component of College Readiness

@inproceedings{Conley2014StudentOO,
  title={Student Ownership of Learning as a Key Component of College Readiness},
  author={David T. Conley and Elizabeth M. French},
  year={2014}
}
This article considers the importance of ownership of learning as a key component of college readiness. The article is organized around two conceptual models. The first is a four-part model of college readiness that includes key cognitive strategies, key content knowledge, key learning skills and techniques, and key transition knowledge and skills. The second is a five-part model of ownership of learning that consists of the following elements: motivation and engagement, goal orientation and… CONTINUE READING

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