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Inquiry-based labs give physics students experimental edge

19:00 EST 10 Feb 2020 | AAAS

(Cornell University) New Cornell University research shows that traditional physics labs, which strive to reinforce the concepts students learn in lecture courses, can actually have a negative impact on students. At the same time, nontraditional, inquiry-based labs that encourage experimentation can improve student performance and engagement without lowering exam scores.

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