Fidelity of Implementation of Research-Based Instructional Strategies ( RBIS ) in Engineering Science Courses

@inproceedings{Borrego2013FidelityOI,
  title={Fidelity of Implementation of Research-Based Instructional Strategies ( RBIS ) in Engineering Science Courses},
  author={Maura Borrego and Stephanie Cutler and Virginia Tech Michael Prince},
  year={2013}
}
Purpose (Hypothesis) – The measure of how well an implemented intervention follows the original is called Fidelity of Implementation. This theory was used to address the research questions: What is the fidelity of implementation of selected RBIS in engineering science courses? That is, how closely does engineering science classroom practice reflect the intentions of the original developers? Do the critical components that characterize a RBIS discriminate between engineering science faculty… CONTINUE READING
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