About This Chapter
Problem-Based Learning & Flipped Classrooms - Chapter Summary
Problem-based learning (PBL) is an educational approach that helps students learn subjects by working together in groups and solving open-ended problems. Review our engaging lessons to enjoy an in-depth analysis of this form of learning. Study the definition and theory of problem-based learning and examine classroom implementation ideas, strategies and activities using this chapter.
Feel free to select lessons that will enhance your ability to incorporate problem-based learning into your flipped classroom. Around-the-clock access lets you utilize our teacher resources anytime via any smartphone, tablet or computer.
How It Helps
- Introduces concepts: This chapter offers a comprehensive introduction to the concept of problem-based learning.
- Offers project and activity ideas: Enjoy access to ideas for projects and activities you can use to enhance problem-based learning for your students.
- Provides implementation strategies: Our instructors offer strategies you can use to successfully incorporate problem-based learning in your flipped classrooms.
After finishing this chapter, you will be able to:
- Share the definition, theory and examples of problem-based learning
- Discuss benefits of problem-based learning and activities that work well in a PBL setting
- Understand and utilize strategies for implementing problem-based learning in your flipped classroom
1. Problem-Based Learning: Examples, Theory & Definition
Educators have a big task. Their job is to teach children, of course, but they also need to make learning engaging and show why it's important. Problem-Based Learning is a method that covers all of these requirements. Sound intriguing? Read on to find out what it is and why it works.
2. Problem-Based Learning: Ideas, Activities & Projects
In this lesson, you will learn about Problem-Based Learning (PBL), why you should use PBL, and some ideas about how to implement ideas and activities in a PBL-based setting.
3. Problem-Based Learning in Flipped Classrooms
This lesson provides a quick overview of flipped classrooms and problem-based learning. It then describes how to incorporate these two strategies with an elementary and a secondary example.
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Other chapters within the How to Flip Your Classroom course
- Introduction to Flipped Classrooms
- Constructivist Learning & Flipped Classrooms
- Active Learning & Flipped Classrooms
- Collaborative Learning & Group Work in a Flipped Classroom
- Technology in Flipped Classrooms
- Developing Flipped Lessons
- Student Engagement & Assessment in Flipped Classroom
- Reflection & Growth in Flipped Classrooms
- Flipped Learning Case Studies