Survey: Students rate effective learning activities

07/21/2005 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

Researchers from Australia's Deakin University asked students in the late primary school and middle school grades which classroom activities most help them learn. Students say they like doing projects of their own choice, determining the form of presentations and engaging in activities out of school, while they hate keeping journals, giving talks in class and completing worksheets.

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