The project approach, thinking in projects, is becoming increasingly important today. The rapidly changing world, new challenges and new tasks require us to plan and execute a task accurately, then analyze it and learn from our mistakes. It can also be said that our daily lives are not a series of routine tasks, as life presents us with new challenges. No better example of this than the pandemic, which is a new situation for everyone. Thinking in projects can be learned and taught, but it should not be learned on the job, but should become part of our knowledge long before it is needed. There are many methodologies, recommendations and good examples of how to transfer the project approach, but these are not always effective. In our research, we sought to identify the levels of education at which respondents consider project-based education to be effective. We were also interested to find out for what purposes they considered the project approach useful and where they would benefit from it. In this study we seek to answer the question of when it is appropriate to start teaching project-based learning, at what level and why it is important, based on the results of a questionnaire survey conducted in Hungary.
|Erken Görünüm Tarihi||24 Eylül 2022|
|Yayımlanma Tarihi||24 Eylül 2022|
|Yayınlandığı Sayı||Yıl 2022, Cilt 24, Sayı|