“ January 20, 2014 Project based learning and problem based learning are two didactic approaches to learning that are often used interchangeably to refer to the same thing: engaging students in...”
Via Monica S Mcfeeters
Many extreme roller coaster these days have vertical loops. Have you noticed that these loops are never circular? Why is this? They all, also, seem to have the same similar ‘inverted teardrop’ appearance. Why is this? Clearly there is the same physics and mathematics involved in their designs. Let’s take a look and see if we can derive a formula to describe their shape. Why are roller coaster loops not circular?
Via Dolores Gende, Linda Davidson
“ Project-based learning (PBL) is a method used to cultivate learning and teach students 21st century skills. The idea is “built upon authentic learning activities that engage student interest and motivation,” and “generally reflect the types of ...”
Via Ora Baumgarten
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“ These few months to sit back and truly recharge my classroom have opened my eyes to the value of project based learning (PBL). I have posted a few times about my “new” PBL classroom and provided the first few project ...”
Via Linda Davidson
“ Every year in the STEAM-Powered Classroom, we migrate between a more traditional layout of core subjects and intense periods of focused work on one or two projects. This month, Eva and I have been absorbed in the latter.”
Via Laurie Woodruff, Linda Davidson
Lately, there have been a bunch of buzzwords floating around the education world that all seem to mean the same thing. You’ve probably heard them: problem-based learning, project-based learning and inquiry-based learning. Is there a difference? How will you know which one to do in your classroom?
Via Karen Bonanno
“ May 12, 2014 Project based learning is “ an instructional approach built upon authentic learning activities that engage student interest and motivation. These activities are designed to answer a...”
Via Ora Baumgarten
These few months to sit back and truly recharge my classroom have opened my eyes to the value of project based learning (PBL). I have posted a few times about my “new” PBL classroom and provided the first few project ...
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