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The Methodology attempts to combine current behavioral science practices implements them within the the learning environment of the Ateneo de Manila University
The Methodology Described very briefly, –the classroom is –the platform for –the growth of human beings
Teachers manage this platform create an environment where “freedom to think” is unleashed and enhanced
Work Exercises modules are designed to be self- contained when combined, they form an integral part of a big project
Acceptance Tests performed in view of the ECCE faculty mimicking acceptance tests in industry
Student Participation in all the stages of the decision-making process and in the implementation of the project
Student Ownership their participation allowed them to affix their signature, so to say, and to feel a sense of ownership of a successful project.
Project Monitoring Milestones are an integral part
Human Interaction The project required –human interaction because –all the modules –must work together for the –system commissioning
Technical Subject Matter This is managed in such a way that –individual and –group learning proceed –at a relatively rapid pace –or a steep developmental slope
The Resulting Motivation gives both the teacher and the students a breath of fresh air
What should teachers do in order to maximize learning outcomes for their students?
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