Experiment in "discovery learning" boosts chemistry achievement

10/2/2009 | InsideHigherEd.com

College professors says that focusing on chemistry experiments rather than classroom lectures -- a method called "discovery learning" -- has led to improved pass rates. Students work together and emphasize personal responsibility by each taking on a particular task, such as making calculations, while professors use technology to track progress in real time.

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