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EDP 332 3.4
Alli Frindt
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Problem Based Learning
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The main idea of problem based learning challenges students to address
real-world problems di...
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This diagram gives you a short and simple
overview of how traditional teaching methods
don’t always end up being the mo...
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Skills needed for Problem Based
Learning:
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determining whether a problem exists;
creating an exact statem...
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6 steps of Project Based Learning
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1) State the problem

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2)Students should be able to list what they already know
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My previous learning experience
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Many of my previous teachers used different approaches to
teach new information to m...
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Project Based Learning
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A teaching and learning method

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Main focus on a concept of discipline

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Complex, real-wo...
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Features of Problem Based
Learning
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from a universally accepted model or

theory
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to curriculum

 Ba...
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Compare and Contrast
Similar

Different

• Roots in constructivism
• Engage students in
student-centered tasks
• Enhanc...
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Conclusion
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After learning about both of these specific methods I feel that in
order to be an effective teacher that ...
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332 3.4

  1. 1. + EDP 332 3.4 Alli Frindt
  2. 2. + Problem Based Learning  The main idea of problem based learning challenges students to address real-world problems discuss actual situations that students may possible come across.  Such problems create opportunities for meaningful activities that engage students in problem solving  Higher-order thinking  Critical thinking tends to be a main component of problem based learning  Problem solving strategies and disciplinary knowledge are both incorporated in this type of learning.  Students are given a job and placed in the active role  Engage students!! (overall goal of using this model!)
  3. 3. + This diagram gives you a short and simple overview of how traditional teaching methods don’t always end up being the most effective. Over time they Have been combined with Problem Based Learning to provide the beneficial lesson to all students. We want students involved in their learning not just sitting to listen to lectures.
  4. 4. + Skills needed for Problem Based Learning:        determining whether a problem exists; creating an exact statement of the problem; identifying information needed to understand the problem; identifying resources to be used to gather information; generating possible solutions Analyzing solutions presenting the solution, orally or in writing.
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  6. 6. + 6 steps of Project Based Learning  1) State the problem  2)Students should be able to list what they already know  3) Be able to develop a problem statement  4) What is needed to be successful to complete the task, list what you need  5) State actions, recommendations, different situations or guesses on what could possibly be the ending result  6)Present and support the solution as this may be different depending on what is actually going on or what the situation may end up being
  7. 7. + My previous learning experience  Many of my previous teachers used different approaches to teach new information to me. I remember a lot of hands on real life situations that were put into the daily lessons. For example my science classes were always hands on and were taught in ways that we were almost teaching ourselves and becoming engaged in the everyday learning.  I have always learned better by “doing” and not just talking about it.  As a future educator I feel that it is very important to be able to cover a wide range of ways for students to learn and Problem based seems to be very effective.
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  9. 9. + Project Based Learning  A teaching and learning method  Main focus on a concept of discipline  Complex, real-world projects and students will be able to apply skills and knowledge of specific topics  Students must have prior knowledge to be given a chance to solve given problems  Nothing is predictable  Students should be able to learn to manage and allocate resources including time and materials
  10. 10. + Features of Problem Based Learning  Lacks from a universally accepted model or theory  Central to curriculum  Based on collaborative/cooperative group learning  Impact of life skills and more realistic goals for students to achieve
  11. 11. + Compare and Contrast Similar Different • Roots in constructivism • Engage students in student-centered tasks • Enhances learning • Can be used in combination with each other PROJECT BASED: • Mainly focused on production model types • Have a specific goal to reach by the end • Identify their audience, Researchdesign product- solve problemsfinish with self reflection • Key to success are the skills that students acquire during the production process PROBLEM BASED: • Inquiry model • Start with given problem- make a plan- pose new questions and summarize their research by presenting their conclusion • Problem given is driving force • Success is ultimate goal in the end
  12. 12. + Conclusion  After learning about both of these specific methods I feel that in order to be an effective teacher that you need to incorporate both with your students. We know that every child learns so differently but in the end should be given the best possible way to complete the assigned project.  Personally I feel that I have been around more of the project based learning during my previous school years. The research, design, solve and self reflect seems to be most familiar to me when I think of how lessons were always taught in school.  Being a learner using these models I can find my strengths along with notice my weaknesses as well. I can now incorporate these methods and strategies to improve my work and understanding lessons taught.

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