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Title: Learning in a "project-inquiry" environment: theoretical, methodological, and empirical issues
Authors: Koh, Kim Hong
Raja Lakshmi Velayutham
Keywords: Core
Issue Date: Dec-2008
Abstract: Several interesting articles have been reviewed in a clear and concise manner at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. Both educators and the general public alike would be able to gain insight into what project work is all about and why is it important in Singapore. It would be an excellent guide for educators who wish to implement project-based teaching and assessment as they can see the beneficial effects derived from project work in these studies. They would be able to create an environment conducive for project work by looking into the success factors discussed in the articles. They would be also more aware of the pitfalls to avoid. It can serve as a resource for researchers who wish to further study project work in future as they would be able to see the methods that have been used and the results obtained at one glance.
Description: NOTE: Report access is restricted. For more information on the said project, please contact oer.rsu@nie.edu.sg
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/4124
Project number: CRP 10/03 PF
Appears in Collections:CRPP - Research Reports

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