Instructional design/CPBL/Design Practice

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In this practice, you are given one CPBL, and you will identify strengths and weaknesses of the project task and design student activities and process of the project using the CIA and CPR design principles.

Context
Ms. Pershing teaches a 7th grade mathematics class. There are 18 students, and there are 5 computers available in the classroom.
Mathematics software can be installed on the computers.

Project
In order to address the standard, “solve real-life and mathematical problems involving angle measure, area, surface area, and volume,
Ms. Pershing devised a project, called “Your favorite Oreo boxes”.
In this project, students are supposed to come up with an Oreo box design for each of the two different sizes of Oreo snacks (i.e., bite size and regular size)
The box designs should be economical in terms of its conservation of the contents, that is snacks and storing and distribution of the products.

Exercise1: Strengths & Weaknesses of the Project Task

Question: Based on the CIA design principles, what are strengths and weaknesses of the project task? How can you improve the task?