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Visit or dedicated lab section on Project Based learning where you will discover unique and innovative experiences.
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Here is a video showing how a German university teach Project Based Learning.
Read examples of institutions teaching Project Based Learning in “A New Art” section:
a. An approach to personal development and psychotherapy
b. A method in which students divide their problem solving activity according to their personal interests
c. A student-centered approach in which students learn by solving an open-ended problem
d. A problem solving method that establishes a series of predefined preventive measures
a. By encouraging inquisitive, out-of-the-box thinking
b. By submitting real life problems
c. By challenging their preconceived ideas or previously acquired knowledge
d. By presenting their findings in front of an audience
e. By working in teams and encouraging everyone to help solve the issue
a. I do not
b. With a computer-based tool
c. With a formal lecture on project management
d. By requiring students to apply a formal method
a. To provide complex challenges to students
b. To apply all the knwoledge students acquired so far
c. To have students independently search for the knowledge needed
d. To always include a business dimension in the project
a. I do not
b. I form the teams beforehand
c. I let them form the teams freely
d. I form teams randomly
e. I organize a guided activity with the students to form the groups
a. Provide students all the knowledge they need upfront
b. Consider they have enough previous knowledge
c. Assist them in finding the knowledge they need
d. Always let them find what they need on their own
e. Provide them with tools and methods to find and share such knowledge
a. Asking students to present their result and their process to achieve it
b. Waiting for the teacher’s instructions before taking a major decision
c. Challenging the problem to encourage students to consider it from different angles
d. Giving and applying feedback on their projects as it progresses
a. As a concept description
b. As a technical blueprint
c. As a non-functionnal prototype
d. As a functionning prototype
a. Peer evaluations
b. Collaborative learning
c. Group brainstorming
d. Enroll in public service activities
a. Look for inspiration / Get the knowledge to solve the problem / Produce solution concept / Create detailed technical solution / Evaluate students work
b. Conceive the solution / Design the required path to follow / Implement the solution according to their plan
c. Understand technical specifications / Design corresponding solution / Compare with best solution
d. Go through prescribed courses / Analyze problem statement / Write solution based on course / Assess students
a. Not at all
a. This would not alter their motivation level
b. They would be slightly more motivated
c. They would be more motivated
d. Their motivation level would significantly improve
a. Continuous supervision
b. Peer evaluation
c. Review of deliverables
d. Student project presentations
e. Review by industry partner
f. Review by another educator
a. Project activities occur only when I am physically present
b. Online, by appointment
c. Physically, by appointment
d. Freely, during my consultation hours (online or physically)
a. Biology and chemistry
b. In any discipline
c. Mathematics and economics
d. History and literature