This short overview provides a simplistic step-by-step strategy to develop and implement project-based learning (PBL). Those steps include:
1. Define the goal
2. Choosing a specific problem
3. Plan and facilitate the process
4. Demonstration time
Although implementing PBL is much more involved than these beginning steps, they can serve as an excellent starting framework. The article does mentioned that one of the most important aspects of PBL is engaging students in active learning strategies designed to accelerate and learning and increase retention.Caesar Mickens Jr, Director of Professional Learning and Innovation
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