Experiential Learning Gets Stamp of Approval from the Boyer Commission
AbstractThe Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching funded the Boyer Commission to investigate the state of undergraduate education at research universities in the United States. The main conclusion of the commission was that undergraduate students frequently got less than what they paid for in terms of education. The commission made a ten point recommendation built around experiential learning for improving the state of undergraduate education at these universities.
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