The study was conducted as a collaborative research project with 42 secondary science and social studies teachers in two school districts in eastern Kansas. Researchers and teachers met in a series of Cooperative Study Groups to discuss questions related to personal growth in teaching.
This research was published by the KU Center for Research on Learning, formerly known as the University of Kansas Institute for Research in Learning Disabilities.
Lenz, B. K., Melvin, J., Kissam, B., Bulgren, J. & Roth, J. (1992) Factors Promoting Personal Growth When Teaching Academically Diverse Classes [Research Report 69]. Institute for Research in Learning Disabilities, Lawrence, KS.
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