Two Project Methods: Preliminary observations on the similarities and differences between William Heard Kilpatrick's project method and John Dewey's problem-solving method

Educational Philosophy and Theory 45 (10):1040-1053 (2013)
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Keywords project method  John Dewey  William H. Kilpatrick  learning
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