Impact of Experiential Learning on Cognitive Outcome in Technology and Engineering Teacher Preparation

@inproceedings{Ernst2013ImpactOE,
  title={Impact of Experiential Learning on Cognitive Outcome in Technology and Engineering Teacher Preparation},
  author={Jeremy V. Ernst},
  year={2013}
}
Historically, practitioners have employed a variety of active techniques to promote the development of professionals in disciplines that necessitate direct skill-associated practice; education at the postsecondary level more habitually relies on conventional teaching methods that often do not permit adequate development of palpable skills (Healy, Taran, & Betts, 2011). The unfortunate result of these traditional abstract practices is the development of professionals with task knowledge but… CONTINUE READING

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