PBL challenges students to think, then do.

I wrote a short article for the Grand Rapids Press today explaining/defending Problem Based Learning. It was in response to a commenter ripping PBL and innovation in the classroom. I think it is important for all of us to promote authentic learning at the local level whenever we get the chance. If you are interested in PBL check it out.

If you are coming to this blog from the article please check out this post about Personalized, Passionate Learning to learn more about my philosophy of learning.

5 thoughts on “PBL challenges students to think, then do.

  1. Erin Ferguson

    Just wanted to say that I really enjoyed your article, which I was alerted to through Teach Paperless. I have now added your blog to my Google Reader and look forward to reading more from you in the future.

  2. concretekax

    Thanks Monika! I am glad you found me. I read all the posts at the Coop so you have already influenced me. Great stuff you all have going there.

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