Problem Based Learning

Nancy, Dennis, and Alexis

Similarities and Differences of PBL, CBL, EL


Relevant: Problem-based learning (PBL) is an instructional method that challenges students to "learn to learn," working cooperatively in groups to seek solutions to real world problems. These problems are used to engage students' curiosity and initiate learning the subject matter. PBL prepares students to think critically and analytically, and to find and use appropriate learning resources (Duch,1995)

Collaboration: Working together to solve a problem. Students work in small groups to solve/provide multiple solutions to problems.

Connected: Utilization of resources and possibilities of places to go.

Personalized: Using choice to create the final product