“How to Energize Your Child’s Education with Project-Based Learning (PBL)” [podcast episode #197]
Listen to “How to Energize Your Child’s Education with Project-Based Learning (PBL)” with Susan Kologi, Ph.D.
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For many youngsters diagnosed with ADHD, the traditional faculty lecture room is not conducive to learning. Listening to lectures, taking notes, writing papers, filling in notebooks, and taking exams are not herbal functions of learning for these scholars. They want to touch, revel in, and interact with the concepts and real-life problems they're finding out. For them, a extra impactful means of education is Project-Based Learning (PBL).
Though some basic and secondary faculties integrate PBL strategies, no longer all do. The good information is that oldsters and academics can boost any child’s education with PBL through following the strategies offered here.
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