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The PBL Paradigm: Exploring Connections and Community (J-WEL Connections)

Resource Visibility: J-WEL pK-12, J-WEL Higher Education, J-WEL Workforce Learning, J-WEL Connections 2020

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  • Alex Hargroder
    Project-Based Learning Coach and Designer MIT
  • Program Manager, Scheller Teacher Education Program MIT
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  • Project-Based Learning Coach and Designer, Scheller Teacher Education Program MIT
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Description

Project Based Learning (PBL) is a way to operationalize inquiry learning, community connection, and real-world problems. This session dissects how these three sections intersect in PBL with participants experiencing inquiry based learning while exploring the benefits and challenges of implementing it in learning spaces. One focus is to show the continuum of inquiry based learning both on an individual and on a more comprehensive level. We emphasize the transition from traditional classrooms to Inquiry and Project Based Learning classrooms.
 

Topics: Curriculum Design Problem Solving

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