Self-determination for students with disabilities: A narrative metasynthesis

Brian Cobb, Jean Lehmann, Rebecca Newman-Gonchar, Morgen Alwell

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    Abstract

    Seven narrative and systematic reviews published since 2000 and focusing on self-determination for individuals with disabilities are reviewed in this narrative metasynthesis. The authors distinguish their work from other metasynthesis work by calling it a narrative metasynthesis because they include both narrative reviews and meta-analyses in this metasynthesis. These seven reviews focused on different disability groups, different intervention curricular and instructional techniques, and different outcomes. Findings were relatively consistent with multicomponent self-determination interventions demonstrating greater positive effects than single-component interventions and self-determination and academic productivity outcomes showing greater positive effects than academic quality outcomes. Theoretical, empirical, and methodological findings and implications are discussed.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)108-114
    Number of pages7
    JournalCareer Development for Exceptional Individuals
    Volume32
    Issue number2
    DOIs
    StatePublished - Aug 2009

    Keywords

    • Meta-analysis
    • Secondary
    • Self-determination

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