Instructional design/Generate PBL Problems
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1. ID PBL Problems | 2. Characteristics of PBL Problems | 3. Generate PBL Problems | 4. Practice Now | 5.Summary and References |
Knowing the characteristics of PBL problems helps you generate PBL problems that stimulate learning. The table below lists the three features of PBL with examples of problems that represent each feature. For each problem example, you will:
- Review the example.
- Answer some questions about the example.
Features of PBL problems
Click on each sub-features to learn more.
Feature 1 Enhance Students' Motivation |
1.1 Problems reflect students' learning interests |
1.2 Problems should challenge students | |
1.3 Real-life problems | |
Feature 2 Enhance Students' Critical Thinking Skills |
2.1 Ill-structured problems |
2.2 Require higher level thinking activities | |
Feature 3 Enhance Students' Collaboration |
3.1 Group collaboration rules |
When you finish reading all the features of PBL problems,please click on forth session of this class "4. Practice Now."
1. ID PBL Problems | 2. Characteristics of PBL Problems | 3. Generate PBL Problems | 4. Practice Now | 5. Summary and References |