PBL stands for ‘Project Based Learning’. Project-based learning (PBL) is a method of teaching andLearning Management System in which students actively engage in a long-term, open-ended project that requires them to apply knowledge and skills to solve a real-world problem or answer a complex question. PBL is designed to be student-centred, with the project serving as the main vehicle for learning.

Some key features of project-based learning include:

  1. Real-world relevance: Projects are designed to be relevant and connected to the students’ lives, interests, and the world around them.
  2. Active learning: Students are actively engaged in the learning process, taking ownership of their learning and working collaboratively to complete the project.
  3. Authentic tasks: Tasks and activities within a PBL are designed to closely resemble the tasks and activities that students will encounter in the real world.
  4. Reflection: Students are encouraged to reflect on their learning throughout the project, and to make connections between the project and their own experiences and understanding.
  5. Assessment: Assessment is an integral part of PBL, with students being assessed on their knowledge, skills, and the process of the project.

PBL can be applied to any subject area, and can be adapted for students of all ages and skill levels. Examples of PBL include:

  1. Designing and building a model of a sustainable city
  2. Investigating and reporting on an environmental issue
  3. Developing and marketing a new product
  4. Planning and hosting a community event

PBL is considered a powerful way to teach students new skills and knowledge, as it allows them to practise and apply what they have learned in a real-world, authentic and engaging context.