Big Theories Revisited
Dennis M. McInerney, Shawn Van Etten
IAP, Apr 1, 2004 - Education - 377 pages
This text seeks to revisit major theories of motivation and learning in order to evaluate the relevance of each theory to our complex educational environments. The chapters are written by the renowned authors of theories, or authors who have critiqued theories.
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