PBL Starter Kit
About the Course
This course is a book study of the PBL starter kit: To-the-point advice, tools and tips for your first project in middle or high school. We will also explore the difference and similarities between Problem and Project based learning. This book is a step by step guide to start your first PBL, although the book is intended for Middle and High School teachers, lessons can be adapted for upper elementary as well. By the end of this course you will have your first PBL created and ready for implementation in your classroom.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Explain the differences between Problem and Project based learning
- Understand how PBL can be used across subject areas, grade levels, and integrated between subjects.
- Develop a PBL idea, set learning goals for students, decide on the project's scope, and develop a Driving Question.
- Plan, create and prepare tasks and activities that need to be complete in the PBL.
- Build the right culture, guide the process of inquiry, manage day-to-day tasks, stay organized, facilitate student presentations to an audience, and troubleshoot problems that arise while teaching a PBL project.
- Develop a plan for reflection once the project is completed.
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