The FITS model: an improved Learning by Design approach

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van Breukelen, D.H.J.; Michels J, Koen; Schure, Frank A.; de Vries, M.J.;
(2016)
  • Subject: Focus - Investigation - Technological design - Synergy (FITS) model | FITS model | concept learning | science & technology | science | Learning by Design | technology

This paper presents a pretest-posttest design study that compares conceptual learning gains of 237 students, divided into two groups, exposed to a modified and remodified Learning by Design (LBD) task. LBD uses design contexts to learn skills and conceptual knowledge wh... View more
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