Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Problem Based

The Center for Educational Technology includes a very complete description of the process of PBL at - PBL is not a learning process that is incorporated into a classroom in a short period of time - as the article speaks to the changing roles of both the teacher and the students.

The NASA SCIence Files gives some wonderful examples of PBL in the classroom. This is a link to the orginial page that gives more background on PBL, and at the bottom of the page there is a link to NASA's current topics.

Jerome, Idaho has linked a variety of lessons developed by their teachers for PBL implementation in the district. They ay be found at this link -

After reading the article of PBL, and visiting the following school sites - what you need to have/do to implement PBL into your classroom. Again resources, hardware, software, training, curriculum revision, restructing class organization - name what you would need.

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