LEARNING THE BASIS OF LIFE ACTIVITY BY THE PROJECT METHOD

Authors

  • SCOTT WERDINGER Professor of Minnesota State University
  • JENNIFER RUDOLF Minnesota State University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v7i1.54

Abstract

The article presents the importance of the project method in teaching the basics of life. It contributes to the future success of students in both practical and educational activities. Electronic surveys were conducted among Minnesota school graduates, students, students, teachers, and parents to determine their understanding of success. Based on the study, the authors came to the conclusion that such skills as the ability to be creative and to receive information were rated significantly higher than academic skills: passing tests, the ability to take notes, etc.

Author Biographies

SCOTT WERDINGER, Professor of Minnesota State University

Professor of Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA

JENNIFER RUDOLF, Minnesota State University

Professor of Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA

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Published

2015-04-19

How to Cite

WERDINGER, S., & RUDOLF, J. (2015). LEARNING THE BASIS OF LIFE ACTIVITY BY THE PROJECT METHOD. Main Issues Of Pedagogy And Psychology, 7(1), 58-62. https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v7i1.54

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