Personal Epistemology and Teacher Education Chapter

This chapter was published in Personal epistemology and teacher education (New York, NY: Routledge). In this chapter, we discuss the role of epistemological beliefs in teacher education and limitations of the current knowledge about epistemological beliefs in teacher education. Yadav, A., Herron, M., & Samarapungavan, A. (2011). Epistemological Beliefs in Preservice Teacher…

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Problem-based Learning: Influence on Students’ Learning in an Electrical Engineering Course

Yadav, A., Subedi D., Lundeberg, M. A., & Bunting, C. F. (2011). Problem-based learning: Influence on students’ learning in an electrical engineering course. Journal of Engineering Education, 100, 253–280. BACKGROUND Recently, there has been a shift from using lecture-based teaching methods in undergraduate engineering courses to using more learner-centered teaching approaches,…

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IT DOESN’T FEEL LIKE LEARNING

Problem-solving instruction works but still presents challenges. Read More @ ASEE PRISM – MARCH + APRIL 2011 – JEE SELECTS. This is highlighted in the PRISM Magazine and is adapted from “Problem-based Learning: Influence on Students’ Learning in an Electrical Engineering Course” in the April 2011 Journal of Engineering Education.

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