AQA Extended Project Student Companion by Paul Bowers-Isaacson, Mary James
  

Synopsis

AQA Extended Project Student Companion by Paul Bowers-Isaacson, Mary James

The Extended Project Student Companion covers project management skills, research skills, presentation skills, report writing and includes checklists, questions for mentors and project plans. Everything a student needs for their AQA Extended Project Qualification. Encourages students to develop essential project skills, autonomous study and self-evaluation. Guides students through the project process with plans, questions for mentors and study tips. Assists students in planning project milestones and reviewing project, performance and learning outcomes.

Reviews

The Extended Project Qualification turns education into something that is challenging and exciting. It gives students the freedom to conduct research of their choice, in a subject area of their choice. The EPQ helps in developing independent and creative thinking learners. As an EPQ Coordinator, I find this EPQ Companion Handbook to be a tremendous aid to those students undertaking an Extended Project. It will also assist EPQ Supervisors, since it helps facilitate greater independent learning by the student. This is a highly recommended companion for EPQ students and supervisors. Dr. P. Jepson, 5 Star Amazon Review

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Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Paul Bowers-Isaacson, Mary James
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Publisher


www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

27th July 2009

ISBN

9781408504086


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