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  1. 1. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 4 PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING and PROJECT-BASED LEARNING Prepared by: JOY JHOVALYN SABIO EMBAY BSED - TLE - 3W5
  2. 2. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 Learning Objectives  Describe how problem-based learning and project- based learning are used as teaching-learning method  Formulate at least one sample problem and one sample project for problem-based and project-based learning, respectively, based on the K to 12 Curriculum Guide  Research and critique on an implemented problem- based learning and project-based learning using elements of problem-based and project-based learning
  3. 3. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 Topics Problem-Based Learning Examples of Problems for Use in Basic Education Project-Based Learning (PrBL/PjBL) Problems in Project-Based Learning or Collaborative Project-Based Learning (PrBL/PjBL/C-PBL) Some Reminders for PrBL/PjBL/C-PBL to work Comparison of Problem-Based and Project-Based Learning PrBL/PjBL: At the Service of the K to 12 Curriculum Assessment in PBL and PrBL and in K to 12
  4. 4. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING
  5. 5. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 Problem-Based Learning  Uses an inquiry model or a problem- solving model.  Is a student-centered pedagogy in which students learn about a subject through the experience of solving an open-ended problem. Students learn both thinking strategies and domain knowledge.
  6. 6. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 STEPS IN PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING
  7. 7. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 FEATURES
  8. 8. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 Some Reminders for PBL to Work
  9. 9. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 1.  The problem must be designed in such a way that different appropriate solutions/answers may apply. They are not intended to generate neat answers.  In their struggle to find the answer, the students will gain essential problem solving and critical thinking skills.
  10. 10. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 42.  The problem must be a real world scenario. One way would be by constructing a problem statement, which contains the following: a. It casts the student in a particular role. b. It contains a problem. c. It gives the students a task.
  11. 11. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 3.  The problem must be relevant to the students and must be developmentally appropriate. 4.  Guidelines must be set on how the team/group will work together, expected dates of completion and group presentation before the class, procedures in group presentation.
  12. 12. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 5.  Teacher gives guidance but does not give answers to the problem/s. 6.  Students must be given reasonable amount of time to do the work.
  13. 13. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 47.  Teacher makes clear how performance will be assessed. It is best that the Scoring Rubric gets presented before work begins.
  14. 14. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 GRASPS It is an acronym that guides teachers in the formulation of an authentic performance task like problem solving. GOAL ROLE AUDIENCE SITUATION PRODUCT or PERFORMANCE STANDARDS FOR SUCCESS
  15. 15. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4 Examples of Problems for Use in Basic Education HEALTH CLASS BIOLOGY CLASS TECHNOLOGY and LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION CLASS (HOME ECONOMICS) SCIENCE CLASS
  16. 16. Problem-Based Learning and Project-Based Learning PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING 2 CHAPTER 4

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