Raising attainment in post-compulsory physics through collaborative problem solving
Issue 369 | Page 96 | Published Jun 2018
Spending more time problem solving in collaborative groups can help 16- to 19-year-olds (A-level physics students) improve their use of metacognition and so enhance their learning of physics
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