With Project Based Learning, Teachers make Learning come ALIVE!
Project Based Learning Methodology
Too many children – especially those being raised in Nigeria today – are unprepared for the modern economy and the challenges of the 21st century.
Project Based Learning (PBL) methodology prepares students for academic, personal, and career success, by helping them rise to the challenge of everyday living and the world they live in.
Project-based learning is not something new, teachers just didn’t use it a lot when you were young. The ordinary way of teaching was teaching with disconnected lessons. Daily lessons that teach a skill which fits into a unit based on a topic or a theme. But each lesson works independently and doesn’t connect other units in a learning story.
So what is PBL? Project Based Learning (PBL) is a dynamic classroom methodology in which students actively explore real-life problems or challenges to acquire a deeper knowledge.
Students gain knowledge and skills by working on a project over an extended period of time – from a week up to a month – that engages them in investigating and solving a real-life problem or a complex question. They demonstrate the knowledge and skills gained collaborating with others by developing a public presentation for a real audience.