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Project Based Learning for Children with Mild Mental Disabilities

Subjects: Student Projects; Mild Mental Retardation; Active Learning

  • Source: International Journal of Special Education, v22 n1 p77-82 2007. 6 pp.

  • Abstract: The aim of this investigation was to determine the effectiveness of a project-based As Provided

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A Preschool Investigation: The Skyscraper Project

Subjects: Investigations; Active Learning; Student Projects

  • Source: Teaching Children Mathematics, v23 n6 p340-348 Feb 2017. 9 pp.

  • Abstract: Young children thrive in classrooms that allow them to explore and discover their environment and interests and also support them in ... ERIC

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Engaged Learning: Impact of PBL and PjBL with Elementary and Middle Grade Students

Subjects: Online Surveys; Active Learning; InquiryNorth Carolina

  • Source: Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning, v11 n2 Article 9 Sep 2017. 11 pp.

  • Abstract: This study used structured online interviews with teachers to examine the impact that inquiry-based teaching methods had on their students. ... As Provided

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Envisioning the Handheld-Centric Classroom

Subjects: Computers; Computer Uses in Education; Technology Integration

  • Source: Journal of Educational Computing Research, v30 n4 p281-294 Apr 2004. 14 pp.

  • Abstract: While appropriate as an initial focus, it is time that the educational community move beyond an emphasis on 1:1 computing (each child ... Author

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The Effects of Project Work in a First-Grade Classroom: A Little Goes a Long Way

Subjects: Student Projects; Active Learning; Elementary School Students

  • Source: Early Childhood Research & Practice, v9 n1 Spr 2007. 16 pp.

  • Abstract: This article discusses how a brief project-based unit promoted the learning ... As Provided

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Evaluation of Project-Based Learning Process of Gifted Children via Reflective Journals

Subjects: Active Learning; Student Projects; Academically GiftedTurkey

  • Source: International Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, v12 n2 p772-796 2020. 25 pp.

  • Abstract: The project-based learning approach is a learning ... As Provided

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Putting PjBL to the Test: The Impact of Project-Based Learning on Second Graders' Social Studies and Literacy Learning and Motivation in Low-SES School Settings

Subjects: Active Learning; Student Projects; Instructional Effectiveness

  • Source: American Educational Research Journal, v58 n1 p160-200 Feb 2021. 41 pp.

  • Abstract: This cluster randomized controlled trial investigated the impact of project-based learning ... As Provided

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Environmental Explorations: Integrating Project-Based Learning and Civic Engagement through an Afterschool Program

Subjects: Active Learning; Student Projects; Citizen ParticipationKentucky

  • Source: Journal of Educational Research and Practice, v9 n1 p423-435 2019. 13 pp.

  • Abstract: This study examined the Community Super Investigators Club, through which we aimed to apply mathematics and literacy skills by using project... As Provided

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The Effect of Project Based Learning in Teaching EFL Vocabulary to Young Learners of English: The Case of Pre-School Children

Subjects: Active Learning; Student Projects; Vocabulary DevelopmentTurkey

  • Source: Online Submission, International Journal of Language Education and Teaching v5 n4 p426-439 Dec 2017. 14 pp.

  • Abstract: English language teaching has newly been introduced to pre-school curriculum in Turkey. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of teaching EFL ... As Provided

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