Feb 24, 2016

Using PBL to Master the 21st Century Classroom - Advancement Courses

Problem- or project-based learning (PBL) is an exciting 21st century teaching approach in which students engage in authentic (real-world) tasks while developing vital critical-thinking skills needed to thrive in college and careers. By engaging in just one well-designed PBL activity, students will develop skills in all Four Cs of the 21st century classroom. You can use PBL in...

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