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What Makes ETE Learning Different?
Besides using computers to collect, analyze, produce, and transmit information, ETE learning occurs when students grapple with solving an open-ended problem. A Problem-Solving Strategy used in research and industry is strongly recommended for managing the information-gathering process in Problem-Based Learning. A Final Project with citations will detail the student group's analysis and solution of the problem, and will provide the teacher with one means of assessing what was learned.

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