Project-Based Learning

Project-based learning (PBL) or project-based education is an instructional strategy that allows students to build knowledge and skills via interesting projects based on real-world issues and challenges. The terms ‘experiential learning, Admission Management, and ‘discovery learning’ are sometimes used interchangeably with project-based learning.

Students that have authentic practical experiences are prepared better for the real world. In its ideal form, project-based learning educates students to be self-sufficient, creative, and critical thinkers capable of tackling any intellectual obstacle.

The project-based learning approach has the following characteristics:

  1. Focuses on a broad, open-ended challenge for students to research and respond to 
  2. Is inquiry-based, encourages inherent curiosity, and stimulates questions while assisting students in their quest for answers.
  3. Critical thinking, communication, cooperation, and creativity, among other abilities, are used
  4. Incorporates student choices and conclusions into the process
  5. Allows for criticism and adjustment of the plan and project
  6. Students are expected to explain their challenges, research methodology, techniques, and outcomes in the same way that scientific research or real-world projects face peer review