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From Kilpatrick’s project method to project-based learning

@inproceedings{Pecore2015FromKP,
  title={From Kilpatrick’s project method to project-based learning},
  author={John L. Pecore},
  year={2015}
}
Project method, popularized by William Heard Kilpatrick, has seen resurgence in 21st-century education under the auspices of project-based learning. This chapter first presents a short biography of Kilpatrick to highlight experiences influencing his writing of the popular essay, “Project Method.” After providing a synthesis of Kilpatrick’s project method, which includes the thoughts of critics at the time, more current and prominent types of project-based learning are discussed. Research and… Expand
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