Problem-based learning, like the process of problem solving itself, is best understood by actually experiencing it. To this end, we have prepared two situations through which we hope to give you a more complete understanding of the "feel" of problem-based learning, as well as a practical understanding of how the process of PBL unfolds.
You'll travel along a problem-based learning highway with side roads that will connect you to other pages on the site, as well as guideposts to highlight your steps along the way. Enter the Tutorial
The sample coaching plan provides the elements of coaching, embedded instruction and assessment suggestions, and coaching goals and instructions. Enter the Tutorial
The sample unit design tutorial begins with specific characteristics of the learners, the curricular conceptual and skill goals, and the complex context isues of the problem. Enter the Tutorial
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