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1 COURSE PROJECT PART 2: RESEARCH QUESTION PAPER Kai Khon Mong LIBERTY UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 1. QUALITATIVE QUESTION. How a Designing Scaffold that Improves Motivation and Cognition in Learning? In education, Scaffolding is an instructional techniques and to move students progressively towards stronger, and ultimately greater independence in learning process. There are problematic assumptions among educational researchers that students be engaged in when teachers provide authentic, problem-based experiences. (a) Causal factors and how to solve those factors. Evidence shows that this is not always the case, due to such facts as poor connectedness among groupmates, perception of controlling behaviors, poor elicitation and maintenance of interest. Therefore, in order to solve this problem, the instructors should develop a conceptual framework to support the design of Scaffolds for problem-based learning environment that can
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