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Project-Based Learning

Project-based learning (PBL) is ideal for multi-level classes as well as leveled classes. PBL leads itself to teach several skills within one project. The project can be spread out throughout the semester to reinforce skills taught. It provides an opportunity for students of different skill levels to work on a common topic and to share their knowledge of this topic with each other. PBL is not only skills and knowledge enhancing, but it also builds cooperation, teamwork, creativity, social skills, self-esteem, and presentation skills.


Presented by: Ramona Kunkel from Maryland Department of Labor

This presentation is a part of the second Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute.


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