Project-based learning

Project-based learning is a teaching method by which students acquire knowledge by actively working on a topic that interests them and is directly related to the real world.

With this teaching approach, students try to solve a real-life problem or answer a complex question, and work on a medium- or long-term project that can last anywhere from a week to the entire school year.

By creating a product and then presenting it in public, each student demonstrates the knowledge and skills they have acquired.

Thus, the students will develop a set of skills, such as:

– critical thinking,

– the ability to cooperate,

– creativity, and

– the ability to communicate, as well as delve deeper into the content.

Although project work is not to the liking of every student, it is generally positively viewed by students, especially since it allows them to build on their experience over the years.

Read here the complete ebook STEAM project ideas to inspire young people 

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