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Title: 
Project-based learning: Engaging secondary school students in authentic environmental science research
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Issue Date: 
2015
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Tan, L. T., Goh, B., & Yap, N. W. L. (2015). Project-based learning: Engaging secondary school students in authentic environmental science research. Asian Youth Journal of Biology, 3, 1-4.
Abstract: 
In the past year (July 2014 to March 2015), 90 secondary school students participated in an Environmental Science themed Project-Based Learning (PBL) program designed by scientists at the National Institute of Education, Singapore. The authenticity of the PBL program was enhanced by partnership with NParks' Coastal Biomonitoring program. A total of 22 school teachers were also involved as facilitators of their students' project work. The strategic partnership of NIE scientists, secondary schools and NParks created a unique experience for students engaging in PBL.
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2345-7368
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