An overview of today's project-based learning and how it has been implemented in the Chemical Engineering School at Universidad de Los Andes

@article{Tolosa2018AnOO,
  title={An overview of today's project-based learning and how it has been implemented in the Chemical Engineering School at Universidad de Los Andes},
  author={Laura Tolosa and Ronald Marquez and Leonardo Rennola and Beatriz Sandia and Johnny Bull{\'o}n},
  journal={Educaci{\'o}n Qu{\'i}mica},
  year={2018}
}
This paper builds on a project-based engineering learning strategy called RAIS ‘Reproducing an Innovation Environment in the Classroom’ applied in courses in the Chemical Engineering curriculum at the Universidad de Los Andes (ULA). It follows a previous investigation where the practical implementation of RAIS strategy is presented (Marquez et al., 2016), and in this occasion the theoretical fundamentals of the RAIS strategy are outlined. Authors take the common project-based learning to a new… 
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