What is Project-Based Learning?
As someone who is an art major a lot of my work is done in hopes that people will see it and love it as much as I do. I want this same feeling of passion, confidence, and motivation from my students in any area they so choose. They deserve it and we will both benefit from them having that opportunity.
Megan DavisMar 19, 2023
Project based learning allows students to develop a deeper understanding so they can apply what they learn through collaboration and communication. I think PBL is a great way to motivate students because they know that their work will be seen by others.
Maddy HowardMar 17, 2023
I like that it's hands-on and visual. This will constantly evolve students in their learning.
Amarius BarnesMar 28, 2022
I think PBL is a good way of learning because you could cover mass amount of material in one central assignment technically. It allows for more critical thinking, collaboration, and solution in the classroom environment. I think PBL is a good source but I also think that sometimes project can be overload as well in terms of the amount of work and time that students need to complete.
dymond haithMar 23, 2022
something I took away from this is she talked about how someone is going to care about this and she is talking about when you are displaying your student's work .project based learning is giving the students control of their learning and letting it be more free but they will still have work but they are developing the skills they need.
Katelyn BarfieldMar 21, 2022
I really like PBL because it gives the students some control over their learning as well as provides them with deeper learning. I also like the collaboration side of PBL. I always seem to learn more when I can collaborate with fellow students and bounce my thoughts off of them and in turn learn from one another.
Victoria AbernathyMar 21, 2022
PBL helps students gain a deeper understanding of subjects. It also provides room for control on the students end as to how a project is completed.
Allison BurrageMar 20, 2022
PBL is a way of teaching that gives students a context for developing a deep understanding and developing the kinds of skills that they need to go on with whatever they want to go on within life.
Ruth FallenMar 20, 2022
Project-based learning allows students to take control and acquire a deeper understanding of what they are learning.
Will LittleMar 18, 2022
Project-based learning is a student-centered type of education that involves a dynamic classroom approach . Project-based learning is believed to that students will acquire a deeper knowledge through active exploration of challenges and problems.
Lawson EudyMar 17, 2022
This allows the students to think and solve problems.
Katelyn SiffordMar 15, 2022
Interdisciplinary projects can be efficiently done through Project-Based Learning. It may take more time to complete these projects, but they contain multiple content areas and allow for success skills to be addressed. Students make meaning out of their learning because they are solving a problem. Questioning and challenges inspire the learning and then the students use their own process to find the answer. A product appears at the end where students are able to share and explain showing their understanding.
Sandra HolshouserApr 2, 2021
It allows to think about different problems and solve.
Paula AlmondMar 30, 2021
PBL is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an authentic, engaging and complex question, problem or challenge.
Emily KingMar 29, 2021
This allows students to think outside the box and solve real life problems.
An Introduction to Project-Based Learning
Mar 4, 2020
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