Long-term projects help students develop collaborative skills

10/16/2008 | Edutopia magazine

Critical thinking and other valuable skills are best developed by inquiry-based teaching, according to a book co-authored by educational policy analyst Linda Darling-Hammond, a Stanford University professor. Such projects should be closely tied to curriculum, be driven by students and focus on real-world problems, researchers say.

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