Problem – basedLearningActive learning style
Outline- Definition.- Characteristics of PBL.- Process of PBL.- The Advantages of PBL.- The Disadvantages of PBL.
What is Problem-based learning( PBL) ?- A learning method based on the principle of usingproblems as a starting point for ...
cont:What is Problem-based learning( PBL) ?It is a teaching and learning strategy that encouragesstudents to take responsi...
Characteristics of PBL:1. Learning is student centered.- Students as solver problem.2. Learning occurs in small student gr...
Characteristics of PBL:3. Teachers are facilitators or guides not teach.-Teacher as Cognitive Coach4. Problems are a means...
Process of PBL:- Students confront real world problems to get solutionsfor it.- In groups, students organize prior knowled...
Process of PBL:- Students pose questions about what they do notunderstand.- Students design a plan to solve the problem an...
The Advantages of PBL:Emphasis on Meaning, Not FactsBy replacing lectures with discussion forums,faculty mentoring, and co...
Higher Comprehension and Better Skill DevelopmentStudents are able to practice the knowledge andskills in a functional con...
- Development of life-long learning skills: how toresearch, how to communicate in groups, how tohandle problems.- Increase...
1. Demanding of staff time.2. Stressful for students and staff.3. May be difficult to implement when class size are largeo...
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active learning style.

What is Problem-based learning( Pbl) ?

A learning method based on the principle of using problems as a starting point for the acquisition and integration of new knowledge.” Defined by H.S. Barrows (1982)

And as we defined it in" instructional technology" course it is a teaching and learning strategy that encourages students to take responsibility for their own learning and to develop competency in a number of skills including communication, collaboration and problem-solving. PBL requires you, the student, to become an active learner.


Characteristics of PBL:

1. Learning is student centered.
- Students as solver problem.
2. Learning occurs in small student groups.
- but each group member is also responsible for independent research.
3. Teachers are facilitators or guides not teach.
- Teacher as Cognitive Coach
4. Problems are a means to develop problem-solving skills.
5. Get new information from Self-learning.


Process of PBL:
- Students confront real world problems to get solutions for it.
- In groups, students organize prior knowledge, discuss what is known and attempt to identify the nature of the problem.
- Students pose questions about what they do not understand.
- Students design a plan to solve the problem and identify the resources they need.
- Students begin to gather information as they work to solve the problem and brainstorm their ideas.

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  1. 1. Problem – basedLearningActive learning style
  2. 2. Outline- Definition.- Characteristics of PBL.- Process of PBL.- The Advantages of PBL.- The Disadvantages of PBL.
  3. 3. What is Problem-based learning( PBL) ?- A learning method based on the principle of usingproblems as a starting point for the acquisition andintegration of new knowledge.” Defined by H.S.Barrows (1982)
  4. 4. cont:What is Problem-based learning( PBL) ?It is a teaching and learning strategy that encouragesstudents to take responsibility for their own learningand to develop competency in a number of skillsincluding communication, collaboration and problem-solving. PBL requires you, the student, to become anactive learner.
  5. 5. Characteristics of PBL:1. Learning is student centered.- Students as solver problem.2. Learning occurs in small student groups.-Each group member is also responsible forindependent research.
  6. 6. Characteristics of PBL:3. Teachers are facilitators or guides not teach.-Teacher as Cognitive Coach4. Problems are a means to develop problem-solvingskills.5. Get new information from Self-learning.cont:
  7. 7. Process of PBL:- Students confront real world problems to get solutionsfor it.- In groups, students organize prior knowledge, discusswhat is known and attempt to identify the nature of theproblem.
  8. 8. Process of PBL:- Students pose questions about what they do notunderstand.- Students design a plan to solve the problem andidentify the resources they need.- Students begin to gather information as they work tosolve the problem and brainstorm their ideas.cont:
  9. 9. The Advantages of PBL:Emphasis on Meaning, Not FactsBy replacing lectures with discussion forums,faculty mentoring, and collaborative research,students become actively engaged in meaningfullearning.Increased Self DirectionAs students pursue solutions to their classroomproblem, they tend to assume increasedresponsibility for their learning.
  10. 10. Higher Comprehension and Better Skill DevelopmentStudents are able to practice the knowledge andskills in a functional context, thereby to betterimagine what it will be like using the knowledgeand skills on the job .Interpersonal Skills and TeamworkThis methodology promotes student interactionand teamwork, thereby enhancing studentsinterpersonal skills.The Advantages of PBL:cont:
  11. 11. - Development of life-long learning skills: how toresearch, how to communicate in groups, how tohandle problems.- Increased student-student interaction, and student-instructor interaction.The Advantages of PBL:cont:
  12. 12. 1. Demanding of staff time.2. Stressful for students and staff.3. May be difficult to implement when class size are largeor there is lack of enthusiasm for the idea.The Disadvantages of PBL:
  13. 13. Problem – basedLearningActive learning styleDone by: Mysaa saleh

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