Problem-Based Learning

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The Center for Innovation provides the why and the how to problem-based learning.

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This web site defines problem-based learning as well as sharing a model,  goals and objectives, summary of the research, as well as successes and problems with the approach.

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Problem-based learning can help you discover different ways of thinking and problem-solving while working in a group. Regardless of your job, you can use problem-based learning to improve a variety of skills, which is why it's important to fully understand how this process works. Once you know what problem-based learning is, you can implement it into your work. In this article, we discuss what problem-based learning is, list its benefits, provide tips for using it and give examples of problem-based learning in the workplace.

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Learning Theories provides a definition as well as defining characteristics.  It does require that you have a user name and password.

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Illinois CITL provides overview and steps for developing problem-based learning.

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The University of Delaware offers resources in problem-based learning, including sample of PBL problems in biology, chemistry, physics, and criminal justice.

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The University of Florida shares these resources.

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The University of Maryland shares this overview.

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The ability to problem solve and think critically are two of the most important skills that PreK-12 students can learn. Why? Because students need these skills to succeed in their academics and in life in general. It allows them to find a solution to issues and complex situations that are thrown there way, even if this is the first time they are faced with the predicament.

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