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Project based teaching practices for PBL

Project based teaching practices for PBL

Project based teaching practices:

  1. Design and plan
  2. Align to standards
  3. Build the culture
  4. Manage activities
  5. Scaffold student learning
  6. Assess student learning
  7. Engage and coach

Project Based Learning (PBL)

PBL is a teaching method where students work on a project over an extended period. The project involves solving a real-world problem or answering a complex question, and it is presented to a real audience.

As a result, the students develop deep content knowledge, critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and communication skills.

Essential project design elements for PBL

Essential project design elements for PBL

Essential project design elements provide a framework for projects:

  1. A challenging problem or question
  2. Sustained inquiry
  3. Authenticity. It is a real-world problem.
  4. Student voice and choice. The students make the decisions.
  5. Reflection. Learners and teachers reflect on the learning.
  6. Critique and revision.
  7. Public product.

The difference between PBL and "doing a project"

A "dessert" project is given after the teacher covered the content of a unit.

In contrast, the PBL project is the means for teaching important knowledge and skills.

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