Effects of curriculum organization on study progress in engineering studies

van der Hulst, Monique; Jansen, Ellen
June 2002
Higher Education (00181560);Jun2002, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p489
Academic Journal
Analyzes the significance of curriculum organization on improving performance engineering students in Great Britain. Details on issues of procrastination and time investment; Effects of instruction and examination characteristics on study progress; Factors contributing to educational development.


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