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published by the University of Delaware School of Education
edited by Barbara Duch
This website is a collection of materials related to the Problem-Based Learning instructional method (PBL).  PBL is designed to challenge students to seek solutions to real world problems as they work in small cooperative groups.  This resource contains links to sample PBL problems, articles relating to PBL research, the national PBL Clearinghouse, and tips for using PBL in  introductory physics, biology, and chemistry classrooms.
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- Cognition
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- Active Learning
= Problem Solving
General Physics
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© 1999 University of Delaware School of Education
Keywords:
PBL, PBL@UD, cooperative learning, experiential learning, problem based learning, problem solving, student-centered curriculum
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Metadata instance created May 24, 2008 by Caroline Hall
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January 23, 2011 by Lyle Barbato
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March 14, 2008
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Problem Based Learning @ University of Delaware, edited by B. Duch (University of Delaware School of Education, Newark, 1999), <http://www.udel.edu/inst/>.
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Duch, B. (Ed.). (2008, March 14). Problem Based Learning @ University of Delaware. Retrieved August 2, 2014, from University of Delaware School of Education: http://www.udel.edu/inst/
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Duch, Barbara, ed. Problem Based Learning @ University of Delaware. Newark: University of Delaware School of Education, March 14, 2008. http://www.udel.edu/inst/ (accessed 2 August 2014).
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Duch, Barbara, ed. Problem Based Learning @ University of Delaware. Newark: University of Delaware School of Education, 1999. 14 Mar. 2008. 2 Aug. 2014 <http://www.udel.edu/inst/>.
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Contains University of Delaware Problem Based Learning: A Day in the Life of John Henry, a Traffic Cop

A PBL activity for high school science students that covers the Law of Inertia, conservation of momentum, and force interaction.  Students must determine who is at fault in a car crash.

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