Problem-Based Learning

PBL requires a lot of planning up front and that can require some guidance. Once the students begin to work on the problem, the teacher’s time is spent interacting with the students and facilitating learning, creating a more enjoyable and productive work environment for the students and the teacher. Use the following step-by-step process for designing a PBL assignment and implementing PBL in your math classroom through AISLM.
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Many teachers find the idea of embarking on a problem-based learning project daunting, so they quit before they ever get started. As a result, students who would benefit from PBL never get the chance. PBL requires a lot of planning upfront and that can require some guidance. Once the students begin to work on the problem, the teacher’s time is spent interacting with the students and facilitating learning, creating a more enjoyable and productive work environment for the students and the teacher. Use the following step-by-step process for designing a PBL assignment and implementing PBL in your math classroom through AISLM.

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Reflection Question

Write 3 guiding questions you could use for PBL assignments in your math classroom. Make sure they promote both autonomous engagement and inclusion

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