R. L. Moore's method and small group discover method

대학수학교육에서 발견학습법과 소그룹학습법

  • Published : 2009.08.31

Abstract

R. L. Moore's discovery methods are known to have been very effective with certain classes of students. However when the method was attempted by others at the undergraduate level, the results sometimes were disappointing. In this article we study the history of developing modified Moore methods with small group discovery method for the purpose of undergraduate education, and then we discuss some educational point of view in our universities.

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