Master of Education (MEd)
Project-based learning, PBL, engagement, motivation, constructivism, change theory
Roger Pence, Pamela A. Redmond, Jim O'Connor
It has long been observed that people learn best doing, and engaging in meaningful, authentic projects. Project Based Learning (PBL) affords students the opportunity to learn while going through a complex set of tasks. In addition, they must use collaboration, communication, creativity, and problem-solving to create a final product. There are many steps to go through to create and carry out an effective PBL unit with students. The purpose of this project was to create a web-based resource to simplify steps to PBL.
Edenborough-Lewis, Laura J., "From the Knowing to the Doing: How to Get Started with Project Based Learning" (2012). Student Publications & Research of the TUC GSOE. 16.
Edenborough-Lewis, L. J. (2012). From the Knowing to the Doing: How to Get Started with Project Based Learning. Retrieved from https://touroscholar.touro.edu/tucgsoe/16