Design-Based Learning and Student Achievement

06/28/2007

Does a project- or design-based approach to teaching about complex systems result in greater student learning than traditional instructional methods? The study highlighted in this issue of "ResearchBrief" wanted to see if a design-based approach to a unit on the human respiratory system would result in greater student learning than more traditional direct instruction methods. ResearchBrief

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