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A new approach to learning Science under STEM: Peer Project Learning
Youngjin Seo
Florencio Pinela
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Peer Project Learning (PPL) is an interactive student-centered curriculum, which can be easily adopted by any instructors who want to change their roles from delivering information to managing a complete set of instructions. PPL is designed to meet the goals of STEM, and consists of Peer Learning in the classroom and Project Learning in the lab. In PPL, students take an active role to build up their scientific knowledge through the pre-class reading, conceptual questions in Peer Instruction, team problem solving, development and presentation of project.

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Seo, Y., & Pinela, F. (2015). A new approach to learning Science under STEM: Peer Project Learning. Revista Tecnológica - ESPOL, 28(3). Recuperado a partir de http://www.rte.espol.edu.ec/index.php/tecnologica/article/view/347
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Youngjin Seo, Harvard University

Postdoctoral Fellow,  School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University

Florencio Pinela, ESPOL

Senior Lecturer in the Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics ESPOL

Visiting Professor, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University