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PROJECT-BASED

LEARNING

In 2016, The Philippines rolled out the final phase of the K12 Basic Education Program. It was an opportunity for schools to reform and innovate. The Challenge was to engage the students more than ever. In iACADEMY, we had to make Senior High School relevant.

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING (PBL)

is the act of learning through identifying a real-world problem and developing its solution (Gawron, 2015).

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PBL

is a teaching strategy when students work with classmates to solve complex and authentic problems, that help develop content knowledge as well as problem-solving reasoning, communication, and self-assessment skills

(Stanford University, 2012).

A custom teaching method that provides students with the entire academic and creative educational experience through the conception and completion of authentic & meaningful projects with real-world applications (Buyco, 2018).

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING (PBL)

is the act of learning through identifying a real-world problem and developing its solution (Gawron, 2015).

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Driving Question

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Project Design

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Learning Content & Experience

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Project Presentation & Evaluation

PBL ELEMENTS

Authentic Audiences

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Multiple Methods of Communication (Blended Writing Genres, Oral Speaking, Visual Press, Publishing)

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Real World Expertise Brought into the Classroom

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Units that require research & comprehension of multiple projects

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Collaboration

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Real World Scenarios

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Multiple Reading Genres

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Units that assess multiple skills

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Student Choice

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Ralph Anthony Cacal