PBL: Six Basic Steps to Success

By Mamie Handy

What is Problem-based learning (PBL)?

Problem-based Learning is identified as an approach to the curriculum and a teaching method. The problems are designed to challenge students to use problem solving techniques, self-directed learning strategies, team participation skills, and disciplinary knowledge (Case-based teaching, 2016). There are six basic steps that can be used to design, implement, and assess Problem-based learning.

Citations:

  • Case-based Teaching and Problem-based Learning. (2016). Retrieved from http://www.crlt.umich.edu/tstrategies/tscbt


  • Genareo, V. R., & Lyons, R. (2015, November 30). Problem-Based Learning: Six Steps to Design, Implement, and Assess. Retrieved from http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/instructional-design/problem-based-learning-six-steps-to-design-implement-and-assess/


  • Problem-Based Learning. (2016, April 14). Retrieved from https://www.cte.cornell.edu/teaching-ideas/engaging-students/problem-based-learning.html