Quantifying the Efficiency of Project-Based Learning Experiences

Ron Hugo, Bob Brennan, Peihua Gu & X Lu
The use of active learning, and specifically Project-Based Learning (PjBL) for this paper, has been shown to be an effective means of increasing the development of attributes that would otherwise be difficult to enhance in a traditional engineering curriculum. Teamwork, interpersonal communication, engineering economics, and dispute resolution are all examples of attributes that can be developed and strengthened through the PjBL experience. The utility of these dual-impact learning experiences is that they help strengthen not...
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