Problem-Based Learning: A Real World Context to Promote Self-Determination Skills in At-Risk Youth
This paper provides an innovative pedagogical and curricular approach to support students transitioning from school to adulthood, employment, and independence.
||At-Risk Youth, Self-Determination, Problem-Based Learning, Classroom Environment
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp.143-148.
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Dr. Martin has more than 20 years of experience in the field of education, having worked as a special education teacher both in public school and private medical settings as well as a consultant to childcare organizations. She is well-published in refereed journals and has presented at many refereed national and international conferences.
Dr. Hurley has more than 20 years as a science educator at the secondary and university levels. She teaches interdisciplinary education studies to degree-seeking adult education students and does science education program evaluations for informal science institutions in addition to her science education research.
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