Virtual PBL

Using technology tools to support learning is a key feature of the PBL approach. Today we present to you a concept that takes this one step further: In virtual PBL, the “classroom” moves to the digital sphere and the entire learning process happens online.  Virtual PBL is not just  a typical online course. PBL cannot be reduced to a process of reading text, watching videos, … Continue reading Virtual PBL

PBL History

The fundamental idea of PBL is rooted in the progressive education movement developed in the early 1900s as a student-centered pedagogical approach. PBL has been developed based on the ideas of John Dewey and William H. Kilpatrick, among others.  For Kilpatrick, the key to the project method is the opportunity that students can undertake activities they are really interested in. The teachers or community workers’ … Continue reading PBL History