The Quest for Deeper Learning and Engagement in Advanced High School Courses

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The Foundation Review, ISSN: 1944-5660, Vol: 3, Issue: 3, Page: 12-23

Publication Year:
2011
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https://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/tfr/vol3/iss3/3
DOI:
10.4087/foundationreview-d-11-00007
Author(s):
Boss, Suzie; Johanson, Cynthia; Arnold, Stephen D.; Parker, Walter C.; Nguyen, Diem; Mosborg, Susan; Nolen, Susan; Valencia, Sheila; Vye, Nancy; Bransford, John
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Grand Valley State University Libraries
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Social Sciences; Nonprofit Administration and Management; Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration
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Based on a number of research-based principles, the writers created a new version of the AP U.S. Government and Politics course organized around project cycles designed to help students learn the content with deep understanding that will support transfer to future problems. This research effort represents The George Lucas Educational Foundation's first work on one of its primary initiatives: to collaborate with teachers, researchers, and educational leaders in the design and implementation of rigorous, project-centered, yearlong courses and the study of their effects.