Problem and Inquiry Based Learning (PBL) are innovative, student-centred teaching methods where key competencies are gained through students’ self-directed learning and collaboration which revolves around solving real-world, open-ended problems or questions. In this course you will learn about all aspects of PBL and its successful implementation into your pedagogical practice.
This course is a practical guide for teachers of all subjects to incorporate PBL into their practice. Thematic content will be introduced in 11 thematic modules by several tutors. From practical examples to designing your own lesson plans, this hands-on training method incorporates collaborative and reflective activities that will encourage and prepare you for a new role as a facilitator of education rather than as a teacher.
- Module 01 – Introduction to PBL – Examples, Terminology, Organisation
- Module 02 – Preparing Resources for PBL Session
- Module 03 – Designing and Presenting Problems
- Module 04 – Learning Styles, Multiple Intelligences
- Module 05 – Students Collaboration
- Module 06 – Creative Thinking, Methods for Generating New Ideas
- Module 07 – Critical Thinking, Questioning and Metacognition
- Module 08 – Problem Solving and Decision Making
- Module 09 – Using ICT in PBL
- Module 10 – Student’s Presentations and Classroom Discussions
- Module 11 – Learning Outcomes and Assessment
- Module 12 – PBL Workshop
Guided City Tour