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Problem or Project based learning. Is there a difference?. Problem-based is…. Student centered Real world C ollaborative Ability to think critically. Teacher roles. Guide K nowledgeable Planner Encourager. Student roles. Research states…. Student confidence Self-direction

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problem or project based learning

Problem or Project based learning

Is there a difference?

problem based is
Problem-based is…
  • Student centered
  • Real world
  • Collaborative
  • Ability to think critically
teacher roles
Teacher roles
  • Guide
  • Knowledgeable
  • Planner
  • Encourager
research states
Research states…..

Student confidence

Self-direction

Success based on engagement

best practices
Best practices

Communicate

Access information

Draw conclusions

similarities differences
Similarities/differences

Problem

Project

Always a project to complete

End result through artifact

Focuses on the product

May or may not address a specific problem

Student centered

Real world related

  • Not always a project to complete
  • End result through research
  • Focuses on problem and process
  • Specific problem designated by teacher
  • Student centered
  • Real world related
what should mrs silly do
What should Mrs. Silly do?

Scenario 1

Scenario 2

Project-based

  • Problem-based
bibliography
Bibliography

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Problem- based learning. (2010, June 14). Retrieved from Edu Tech Wiki: http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Problem-based_learning#Instructor.27s_Role

Topic 5: The role of the student. (n.d.). Retrieved from Deakin University Australia Worldly: http://www.deakin.edu.au/itl/pd/tl-modules/teaching-approach/health-care/topic05.php

Study guides and strategies. (2013, June 27.). Retrieved from http://www.studygs.net/pbl.htm.

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White, H. (2001, December). Problem based learning.Speaking of Teaching. Retrieved from http://www.stanford.edu/dept/CTL/cgi-bin/docs/newsletter/problem_based_learning.pdf

Lowther, D., Grant, M., Marvin, E., Clark, F., & Burr, B. (2003). Retrieved from http://asucoefoundationsandtechnology.pbworks.com/f/Technology%20coach%20handbook.pdf