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  • ITEEA - Johnny J Moye, DTE, William E. Dugger, Jr., DTE, And Kendall N. Starkweather, DTE
    Release Date04/12/2018
    Release DateApril 12, 2018
    The report contains the results of the five year, four round study to determine the extent to which U.S. public school elementary and secondary education science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students are doing activities in their classrooms. The Learn Better by Doing Study was conducted by Dr. William E. Dugger, Dr. Kendall N. Starkweather, and Dr. Johnny Moye.
  • ITEEA - Johnny J Moye, DTE, William E. Dugger, Jr., DTE, And Kendall N. Starkweather, DTE
    Release Date11/01/2017
    Release DateNovember 1, 2017
    This article presents data collected from the fourth and final round. The four rounds were conducted: Round 1 (2013-14), Round 2 (2014-15), Round 3 (2015-16), and Round 4 (2016-17). In addition to other findings, this article identifies and compares data relevant to the 2014 National Assessment of Educational Progress-Technology and Engineering Literacy (NAEP-TEL) assessment. The Learn Better by Doing Study was conducted by Dr. William E. Dugger, Dr. Kendall N. Starkweather, and Dr. Johnny Moye.
  • ITEEA - Johnny J Moye, DTE, William E. Dugger, Jr., DTE, And Kendall N. Starkweather, DTE
    Release Date09/01/2016
    Copyright2016
    Release DateSeptember 1, 2016
    The vast majority of STEM teachers indicate that students learn by doing. Students are “doing” more in technology and engineering courses. Technology and engineering courses are excellent resources to increase student achievement, better preparing them for continued education, careers, and life. The Learn Better by Doing Study was conducted by Dr. William E. Dugger, Dr. Kendall N. Starkweather, and Dr. Johnny Moye.
  • ITEEA - Johnny J Moye, DTE, William E. Dugger, Jr., DTE, And Kendall N. Starkweather, DTE
    Release Date09/01/2015
    Copyright2015
    Release DateSeptember 1, 2015
    This report reiterates the purpose of the study and where study methodology may be found. It also presents round two findings and the future of this longevity study. The Learn Better by Doing Study was conducted by Dr. William E. Dugger, Dr. Kendall N. Starkweather, and Dr. Johnny Moye.
  • ITEEA - Johnny J Moye, DTE, William E. Dugger, Jr., DTE, And Kendall N. Starkweather, DTE
    Release Date11/01/2014
    Copyright2014
    Release DateNovember 1, 2014
    This report identifies the study methods used, select findings, and recommendations to improve students’ STEM education success. The Learn Better by Doing Study was conducted by Dr. William E. Dugger, Dr. Kendall N. Starkweather, and Dr. Johnny Moye.
  • ITEEA - Johnny J Moye, Dte, William E. Dugger, Jr., DTE, And Kendall N. Starkweather, DTE
    Release Date09/01/2014
    Copyright2014
    Release DateSeptember 1, 2014
    Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics teachers feel students learn by doing and would assign their students more hands-on activities in their classrooms if they had the time and resources. The Learn Better by Doing Study was conducted by Dr. William E. Dugger, Dr. Kendall N. Starkweather, and Dr. Johnny Moye.