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(00:16-01:22) PBL Theory
(01:23- 03:15) What is PBL? And Elements of PBL
(03:16-04:37) PBL Steps
(04:38-05:15) Why is PBL important?
(05:16-05:37) How are PBL and Collaborative Teaching and Learning Connected?
Speaking of Teaching: Problem-Based Learning
This article is a comprehensive look at Problem Based Learning. In addition to providing an overview, this article provides clear steps to develop ill-structured problems-- a cornerstone of Problem Based Learning. The right hand side of the article includes tips for teachers as they implement Problem Based Learning in their classrooms.
The Benefits of Ill-Structured Problem Solving Through Making
The Maker Movement suggests the benefits of ill-structured problems in making. Included in the article are examples and strategies to include ill-structured problems in already established curriculum. The example provided from NYSED's 4th grade science curriculum can serve as a model for you to include ill-structured problems in your own curriculum/lessons.