What difference does a more in-depth programme make to learning?
Issue 137 | Page 33 | Published Mar 2015
The findings of a project with two primary schools. It is virtually axiomatic that a more extended learning experience will have more impact than a one-off experience. But how much difference does it make and is the extended time commitment justified by the results? The Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) conducted some research to explore this question with regard to the relative learning benefits of two different types of environmental education programme.
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