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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

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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.

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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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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.

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