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What is the PBL?

 project-based learning it is using a technocratic method in education, instead of promoting instruction that is responsive to students’ ideas.

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According to  Ball & Forzani, 2009; Grossman et al., 2009). Anyon (1980) this method is........


This effort is based on studies by some teacher educators who have attempted to ensure that teachers can advance practices in ambitious directions, so that all students, particularly those who were previously underserved by schools, can experience opportunities for rich learning  asserted that upper track students


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Types of project based learning 

Challenge-Based Learning/Problem-Based Learning. ...

Place-Based Education. ...

Activity-Based Learning. ...

FAQ's About the Different Types of Project Based Learning.


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When and where PBL was first introduced?  

It was first introduced at McMaster University in Canada and became a standard practice in medical education. By the 1980s and '90s,

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which country first used PBL at schools?

Canada at K-12 schools

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Influence of PBL

The results show that the PBL technique improves student engagement by enabling knowledge and information sharing and discussion. Thus, the PBL approach is highly recommended for educational use by students and should be encouraged in universities.

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what is most important in PBL?

 most project-based learning (PBL) literature concentrates on curricula, our goal is to build a framework focused on teaching practice.

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Responsiveness is of the utmost importance in such a learning perspective: Instruction is not provided or given by the teacher; rather, it is negotiated between students and teachers collaboratively and develops as ideas of students emerge and grow...  who said this words

(Kavanagh & Rainey, 2017; Reisman et al., 2018).

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 According to Smith what learning method names used?

 “learning for understanding,” “intellectually ambitious learning,” and “authentic pedagogy

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How many techers were using PBL approach?

124 teacher 

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 “learning for understanding,” “intellectually ambitious learning,” and “authentic pedagogy” what this terms refer to ?

Whereas such terms refer to subtle differences in technique, most indicate that students’ developing ideas should be elicited, considered, and explored by teachers.

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Improving PBL how can impact to teaching ?

related practices among teachers could help put an end to the rule of rote learning and test prep schooling, which pervade many impoverished schools.

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What skills we can improve while using PBL?

Collaboration employability skills community feedback revision

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What is the main idea using PBL according to (Kavanagh & Rainey, 2017; Reisman et al., 2018)

Responsiveness is of the utmost importance in such a learning perspective: Instruction is not provided or given by the teacher; rather, it is negotiated between students and teachers collaboratively and develops as ideas of students emerge and grow .


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What is SEM?

Structural equation modeling (SEM), a quantitative research method

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