How to Incorporate PBL (Project-Based Learning)

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Project Based Learning organizes learning around projects or complex tasks precipitated by an in-depth question or problem. Students, particularly in the higher education setting, are encouraged to be self-directed and the learning path becomes the curriculum as the concepts are absorbed and idea development connects itself to the outcome. Often topics start out broad and then narrow as students delve into the material and they identify intricacies previously unknown. “Starting with the end in mind” is a phrase often used to explain the introductory phase of a project. Generally, the scope of PBL is larger and broader than a traditional […]
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