Instructional design/CPBL/Introduction

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Let's familiarize yourself to CPBL first. By the end of this module, you will be able to define collaborative project-based learning.

What is CPBL?[edit | edit source]

Collaborative project-based learning is an instructional method based on constructivist learning theory,
in which learners work on an authentic, ill- defined project in a group and demonstrate their understanding by performing the project.
In CPBL, learners constantly involve in problem solving in which they apply their content knowledge to address real-world issues.

What is really CPBL?[edit | edit source]

Reading about it may not help you much get your head around. Watch the following video to get a sense what is CPBL:

PBL, Explained

  • This video is: briefly introducing CPBL.
  • Pay attention to:
  • How it is different from traditional instruction,
  • Why it is good,
  • What are learning outcomes

Exercise[edit | edit source]

Question: Based on the video, which one is INCORRECT about CPBL?

CPBL lets students demonstrate their knowledge by taking a norm-referenced test.
CPBL resembles real-world projects.
CPBL addresses discrepancy between student real life experience and traditional school curriculum.
CPBL helps students build their knowledge and skills such as collaboration, communication, and critical thinking.

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