October 31, 2018
INTRODUCING THE LEARN BETTER BY DOING
ITEEA/FTEE RESEARCH PROJECT SITE
"ITEEA strives to provide concerned publics with an understanding of the importance of technological literacy through technology, innovation, design, and engineering education to the future growth and well-being of all nations."
THE LEARN BETTER BY DOING RESEARCH PROJECT SITE
Explore the Learn Better by Doing Research Project site for resources that will help you strategize and effectively convey the importance and benefits of technology and engineering education programs to education leaders and decision makers. The site includes an overview, articles, presentations, recommended uses, and the Interactive Learn Better by Doing Final Report.
It is evident that students learn better by doing and that technology and engineering education programs prepare students for college, careers, and life. However, education leaders may not realize many of these benefits.
The Learn Better by Doing (LBbD) Study identifies information you can use to promote your technology and engineering programs. Promotion is needed to gain knowledge, respect, and additional support for your programs. Find out more today!
The Learn Better by Doing Study is a sampling of the extent to which U.S. public school elementary and secondary education science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students were doing standards based, hands-on activities in their classrooms. From 2014 to 2017 more than 5,900 K-12 STEM teachers participated in the study.
This study was conducted by Dr. William E. Dugger, Dr. Kendall N. Starkweather, and Dr. Johnny Moye.
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