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Experimental-Teaching: ‘Help-sheet’ in Examination of Engineering-students

@article{Starovoytova2017ExperimentalTeachingI,
  title={Experimental-Teaching: ‘Help-sheet’ in Examination of Engineering-students},
  author={Diana Starovoytova},
  journal={Journal of Education and Practice},
  year={2017},
  volume={8},
  pages={52-64}
}
The-purpose of this- unfunded , miniature-study is to-examine the-potentials of student-created ‘help-sheets’ and attitudes of undergraduate-students, towards the-sheets, used, at university-examinations, at school of Engineering. A-specifically-designed-experiment, a-survey, and a-document-analysis, were used, as main-instruments, for this-study. A-paired t-test was run on a-sample of 24 students, to-determine whether there was a-statistically-significant mean-difference, between the-student… Expand

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