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written by Nathaniel Lasry
published by the Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development
consultant: Bruce Tracy
Available Languages: English, French
This page contains an overview of the Problem-Based Learning pedagogical approach, an instructional method in which authentic problems are used as the basis for student activities.  The history and fundamental principles of the PBL method are discussed, with links provided to additional online resources.      

This page is part of a larger PBL collection, which includes a set of of field-tested activities for introductory physics classes.
SEE RELATED ITEMS BELOW for a link to the full collection.
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Classical Mechanics
- Applications of Newton's Laws
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= Problem Solving
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Keywords:
CCDMD, PBL, Problem based learning, context rich, experiential learning, problem solving
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Metadata instance created January 2, 2009 by Caroline Hall
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March 12, 2014 by Caroline Hall
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December 31, 2008
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AIP Format
N. Lasry, (Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development, Montreal, 2007), WWW Document, (http://pbl.ccdmd.qc.ca/resultat.php?action=aboutApproach&endroitRetour=7&he=1050).
AJP/PRST-PER
N. Lasry, Problem Based Learning for College Physics: What Is Problem-Based Learning?, (Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development, Montreal, 2007), <http://pbl.ccdmd.qc.ca/resultat.php?action=aboutApproach&endroitRetour=7&he=1050>.
APA Format
Lasry, N. (2008, December 31). Problem Based Learning for College Physics: What Is Problem-Based Learning?. Retrieved December 18, 2017, from Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development: http://pbl.ccdmd.qc.ca/resultat.php?action=aboutApproach&endroitRetour=7&he=1050
Chicago Format
Lasry, Nathaniel. Problem Based Learning for College Physics: What Is Problem-Based Learning?. Montreal: Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development, December 31, 2008. http://pbl.ccdmd.qc.ca/resultat.php?action=aboutApproach&endroitRetour=7&he=1050 (accessed 18 December 2017).
MLA Format
Lasry, Nathaniel. Problem Based Learning for College Physics: What Is Problem-Based Learning?. Montreal: Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development, 2007. 31 Dec. 2008. 18 Dec. 2017 <http://pbl.ccdmd.qc.ca/resultat.php?action=aboutApproach&endroitRetour=7&he=1050>.
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