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(00:13-02:25) What is Problem Based Learning and its essential elements?
(02:26-03:35) PBL Steps
(03:36-04:34) Theory Behind Project Based Learning
(04:35-05:31) What is Project Based Learning?
(05:32-06:30) Why use PBL?
The Buck Institute
This is a comprehensive website dedicated to Project Based Learning. The site includes resources and examples, and the landing page provides an overview of Project Based Learning. By clicking on your role, you will find additional readings and resources to support you with the implementation and/or understanding of Project Based Learning.
Driving Question Facilitation
This page focuses on developing driving questions for Project Based Learning. Included on this site are useful tools for teachers beginning this process and a concise sheet on developing driving questions.
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.
Problem-Based Learning at University of Delaware
This website offers an overview of Problem Based Learning for teachers. In addition, if you click on the link on the right hand side of the site, you will find a clearinghouse of problems that you can you use with your class. By clicking on the Resources tab, you will find additional lessons and tools to use to implement Problem Based Learning in your classroom.