The Effects of Project-Based Science on Students' Attitudes and Understanding of High School Chemistry
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The following study investigated the effects produced by project-based science (PBS) on high school students' attitudes towards chemistry and conceptual understandings of phase changes and solutions chemistry. The study used student interviews and attitude surveys to determine any changes brought on by the involvement in a PBS curriculum. Results of this study may be used to validate the use of PBS instruction for high school chemistry classes.
CitationRay, S. (2015). The effects of project-based science on students' attitudes and understanding of high school chemistry (Unpublished thesis). Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.