Do you want to make learning more engaging and real? Consider using Project Based Learning (PBL). Through this teaching method, students learn by actively engaging in meaningful and real-world projects.
With the educational approach “project-based learning” (PBL), students learn through hands-on activities and apply those skills to real-world situations and challenges. This type of learning is more engaged and meaningful, allowing students to better understand and retain the material. They work on a project over an extended period of time that engages them in solving a real life problem or answering a complex question. Learning in this manner fosters collaboration, critical thinking, and valuable problem-solving skills that are becoming increasingly important in the modern workplace. Teaching through Project Based Learning is like bringing life to the classroom.
The purpose of this course is to provide the necessary tools for students, parents and teachers to implement a Project-Based Learning approach in their daily practice, promoting creativity, curiosity, engagement, and fun. To accomplish this, we will explore with the teachers how PBL lesson plans are structured using a variety of innovative teaching strategies that will inspire their creativity and motivation. We will dive into all the stages of PBL, from how to spark curiosity and engage students in developing problems or questions to how to assess them and engage them in collaborating. We will delve into this student-centered approach in depth to conduct real, experiential, collaborative, efficient lesson plans through meaningful learning. From our learning-by-doing experiences, we will construct our own projects from scratch. Our goal is to make the classrooms an even more pleasant, inspiring place and in order to achieve this, we will literally play around, investigate and evaluate our own roles as educators. In the end, PBL is all about fostering a contagious and creative environment among students and teachers.